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Serial Port Low Profile PCI Bracket for 10-pin COM Port €4,19
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Serial Port PCI Brackets for 10-pin motherboard COM Port

This bracket gives a 9-pin serial port connection on the rear of the PC which is useful for connecting low-speed / legacy peripherals or industrial hardware devices.

Features

  1. Allows an RS232 serial port to be presented at the rear of a PC
  2. Compatible with all PCs where there is a COM port header on the motherboard
  3. Useful for legacy hardware connections and industrial data transfer
  4. The serial port is presented as a 9-pin male DB9 connector
  5. The other end of the cable connects to a motherboard IDC10 COM port header
Low-profile version
Low-profile version

The StarTech PLATE9M 9 inch Serial Port Header Bracket adds a DB9 serial port to the rear panel of your computer, connecting to an IDC10 header connector on the motherboard. Please ensure that your motherboard has a suitable free port header (often labelled COM) before purchase.


SpecificationsLP PCI COM Port
Product codePLATE9MLP
Form factorLow profile
Connector A1 x IDC (10 pin; Motherboard Header) Female
Connector B1 x DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
Product Weight30 g
ColourGrey
Cable Length228 mm
SpecificationConforms to Apex10-Everex-Intel
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode0065030831383
SpecificationsLP PCI COM Port
Product codePLATE9MLP
Form factorLow profile
Connector A1 x IDC (10 pin; Motherboard Header) Female
Connector B1 x DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
Product Weight30 g
ColourGrey
Cable Length228 mm
SpecificationConforms to Apex10-Everex-Intel
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode0065030831383

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