ELMA Electronic Inc. Datasheets for Bus Adapters

Bus adapters connect peripherals to computers that do not provide native support for a peripheral's interface. Some bus adapters are housed in cables that connect one bus to another. Others are board-level cards, blades, or stand-alone units with interfaces and power supplies.
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Product Name Notes
32/64b 33/66 MHz PCI-x to PMC-x Adapter Model 8098a Permits operation of a standard 32 or 64 bit PCI-X card in a PMC slot Passive adapter - no software set...
SCSI drives are increasingly scarce but your old interface isn’t going away just yet. The 5056 solves that problem by providing either narrow SCSI or SATA interface connectivity in a...
The Model 9301 is a VITA 42.3 XMC adapter card / mezzanine storage module with a single M.2 SSD site. The M.2 site supports up to 4 lanes of PCIe...
The Model 9302 is a VITA 42.3 XMC adapter card with three M.2 SSD sites. Each M.2 site supports one lane of PCIe Gen 2 connectivity at 5 Gb/s...
Allows operation of standard 32-bit PCI card in a PMC slot
Enables the use of PMCs in a PCI based system Designed as a low cost solution A & C rows of 96-pin DIN connect with 64-pin I/O connector Includes aluminum...
Enables the use of PMCs in a PCI based system Designed to improve signal integrity while retaining passive adapter Key control signals on PCI fixed to ground to reduce signal...
Enables use of PMC within a PCI environment 21154 PCI to PCI bridge chip operates in either 33 or 66 Mhz Provides DC to DC converter to convert 5V power...
Enables use of PMC within a PCI environment 21154 PCI to PCI bridge chip operates in either 33 or 66 Mhz Utilizes 3.3V power directly from the PCI LEDs monitor...
For use in a lab environment Enables use of 32-bit PCI card in a PMC slot PCI card plugs in perpendicular to PMC card Connector permits short PCI card to...
Permits delivery of PMC derived applications in a standard PCI or PCI-X environment Supports PMC (IEEE 1386) and PMC-X (VITA 39) Intel 31154 bridge operates at 33/66MHz (PCI) or 66/100/133MHz...