Synchrotech PCM CR-U2EX-SR - card reader - USB 2.0

Mfg.Part: PCM-CR-U2EX-SR | CDW Part: 1210334 | UNSPSC: 60101101
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  • Card reader (PC Card)
  • USB 2.0
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Synchrotech PCM CR-U2EX-SR - card reader - USB 2.0
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Main Features
  • Card reader (PC Card)
  • USB 2.0
Synchrotech's IPI OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro is an external read-writer for PC Card SRAM, ATA Flash and Hard Drive cards. Used in concert with a Type II PC Card adapter, it will work with a variety of memory cards including CompactFlash and SD-Card. OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro employs USB 2.0 for high-speed transfer rates, providing excellent performance in storage applications with PC Card hard disks or ATA Flash Cards.

Packaged with extensive PC Card support software, OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro is designed to work with Microsoft operating systems. The software package includes support and drivers for PC Card SRAM, a rarity for external read-writers. PC Card Device drivers configure themselves depending on the available resources, ensuring trouble free installation and removal from the host system. The international registered product ID utilized by the OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro guarantees correct identification of PC Cards. Software utilities feature capabilities of storing programs and data on memory cards in user defined formats, and performing single byte access on card contents. The universal CSM 16 and 32 bit application interface (API) enables direct access from programs to any memory card. Card Manager is a powerful tool for checking PC Cards and includes a hex editor. Designed for harsh industrial applications and heavy-duty loads, the robust aluminum case protects the reader and PC Card. OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro provides exceptional data security electrostatic discharge safeguards. Further, it features low voltage monitoring and power failure detection. Additional data security is achieved by continuous checksum monitoring during data transfer.