September 2008 - Issue 9 Vol. 7

What job did Chubby Checker hold before he had a hit record?

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win Sealevel stuff.

Eagles’ founding member Bernie Leadon suggested the band’s name based on a book of the Hopi Indians authored by?

Carlos Castaneda



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Embedded USB Serial I/O Adapters
SeaLINK® 2128 and 2228 embedded USB serial interface adapters mount directly to a computer chassis and interface to the host via an internal USB connection.
  • Serial ports are software configurable for RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485
  • Host can be repaired or upgraded without reconfiguring serial ports
  • Includes standard sized PC bracket and internal USB cable
  • Panel mount and extended temperature versions available
Read about the 2128 and 2228 Embedded USB serial adapters

SeaLATCH® Locking USB Brackets
SeaLATCH USB brackets are an easy and convenient way to add locking USB ports to your computer system or custom enclosure.
  • Provides a secure USB connection with SeaLATCH locking USB cables
  • USB connectors are fully compatible with standard USB cables
  • Connects to a variety of industrial motherboards via an internal USB header connector
  • PC brackets are available in low profile, standard height and panel mount versions
Read about the SeaLATCH locking USB brackets.

Tech Lowdown – Expand Your Embedded System with One USB Host Connection

Sealevel’s HUB4P-OEM embedded USB 2.0 hub allows you to add four internal USB ports to your embedded system, while only using a single USB host connection. The hub sources power from a standard hard drive connector, or another +5V source, and supplies a full 500mA to each attached USB device. When you integrate the HUB4P-OEM into your system, you can add embedded USB peripherals (e.g., the 2228 and SeaLATCH brackets featured above), and you only use one USB host connection. This approach will save time when completing upgrades and repairs to embedded systems in the field.

The HUB4P-OEM is supported in Windows, Linux, and other USB aware operating systems and requires no separate drivers. Simply provide power and a USB host connection and the hub is recognized as a standard, high-speed USB hub. Sealevel offers a variety of internal USB cables to simplify your integration.

Ethernet to RS-232, RS-422, RS-485 Serial Server
You can easily communicate with up to 16 serial devices over an Ethernet network with the 4163 Ethernet serial server.

  • Each port configurable for RS-232, RS-422, RS-485 via convenient webpage configuration
  • Serial ports appear as virtual COM port to host system
  • Built-in watchdog/reset circuit for fault tolerance

15” LCD TFT Flat Panel Computer
The SeaPAC S1200-15RX combines the Relio R1200 embedded computer with a 15” resistive touchscreen monitor perfect for a variety of control and HMI applications.

  • Embedded 1.0GHz ULV Intel Celeron CPU
  • Solid-state operation via CompactFlash memory
  • Display with stainless steel bezel rated for NEMA 4X environments

Desktop USB to RS-232/422/485 Serial Interface Adapters
The SeaLINK® 2823 USB to serial interface adapters offer an easy way to connect eight serial devices to a single USB port.

  • Each port software configurable for RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485
  • USB bus powered with serial data rates to 921.6K bps
  • SeaLATCH locking USB connector prevents cable disconnection

Industrial Computer – Relio™ R1000 Series
The Relio R1300 delivers the processing power of a desktop computer, yet is small enough to mount virtually anywhere

  • Powered by a 500MHz AMD Geode™ LX800 CPU
  • Local and remote I/O expansion capabilities
  • Compact, rugged metal enclosure

PCI Express RS-232 Serial Interface
Add sixteen RS-232 serial ports via PCI Express with the 7161e.

  • 16C854 buffered UARTs with 128-byte FIFOs
  • Supports serial data rates to 460.8K bps with full modem control signals implemented
  • Available with DB25 or DB9 fan-out cables

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