3-in-1 design for 16-bit PCMCIA cards/32-bit Cardbus Cards/ExpressCard 34/54 Cards
Supports 2-slot PCMCIA/Cardbus & 1-slot ExpressCard 34/54 mm cards
Supports wide range of PCMCIA &Cardbus cards (e.g. Panasonic P2/ 3G/ WLAN/ ATA Flash/ eSata /IEEEE 1394/ Flash memory adapter etc.).
Supports USB ExpressCard plug and play. (No PCIe hot swap)
PCI interfaces compatible with 3.3V and 5V PCI signaling environment.
Supports Mix-and-match 5V/3.3V 16bits PC cards.
Supports 32bit Cardbus Cards.
Dual PC Card Slot with hot insertion and removal.
Two I/O windows and two memory windows available to each PCMCIA / Cardbus socket
Supports Type I/ II/ III PCMCIA.
PCIe interface compatible with 1.5V, 3.3V and 3.3 AUX PCIe signaling environment.
Supports all ExpressCard 34/54mm.
PCIe mode Expresscards are not HOT-SWAPPABLE.
Sanyo OS-CON Solid Capacitor design.
Compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista™ and future versions
Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, VISTA and 7.
Mac OS 10.4.10 or higher
(NOT ALL of Mac systems have PCI or PCIe slot. Please check with Mac Tech whethe ryou have both slot for this adapter!!!)
Fully RoHS compliant
Input: PCMCIA/ PC Card, Cardbus Card, and ExpressCard 34/54mm
Output: PCI & PCIe X1
Power Consumption: PCI _ 3.3V~5V
PCIe_1.5V, 3.3V and 3.3AUX
Supporting OS: 2000/XP/Vista/ WIN7
Safety approval: CE/ FCC/ RoHS
Dimension: 134 mm * 101 mm * mm
Weight: 630 g
Note: PCIe mode Expresscards are not HOT-SWAPPABLE.
2. PCI Board
4. Cable for PCIe Board
5. ATA Cable
6. USB Cable
7. Screws (x4)
Re Trouble shooting
If your computer has Elan PCI card reader before, please remove Elan driver and make sure that your computer has the following file
Our readers use Windows Native driver,
PCMCIA card Drivers Information
Drivers are automatically installed by the Windows when it recognizes a PC Card slot at installation, but often not installed if it doesn't. Typically these drivers are not present on a desktop system since most customers add a PCI to PC Card drive reader well after Windows software is installed on a system.
If you have a retail CD-ROM of the Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 installation disk, then this isn't an issue since simply inserting the CD-ROM during the new hardware found routine will allow Windows to find and install the correct drivers. However, many end users purchase computers from large vendors with Windows XP/Vista pre-installed and the CD-ROM they get with their system isn't a full copy of Windows (a restore disk) although they paid in full for Windows. In this case the end users needs to contact their system vendor and tell them that they need the "signed Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 drivers for the R5C485, R5C486, R5C843, or PCI1510" depending on which controller their PC Card drive reader uses. The drivers may already be on a system in "C:\\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\pcmcia.sys", and instructing the installation routine to that file may help.