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Technobox Part Number 5251

IDE Controller PMC
with 40-pin Interface Connector
(RoHS Compliant Lead-free)

The Technobox 5251 provides a 40-pin IDE interface between the PCI bus and as many as four IDE/ATA devices, via two independent channels. Built around a Silicon Image PCI-680 IDE controller chipset, the product supports the Ultra 133 data-transfer protocol over primary and secondary IDE channels. It also supports slower bus-master data transfer rates to accommodate hard disk drives (HDDs) that do not support Ultra 133. RearI/O is also supported via PN4. The 5251 featuress two sites for mounting CompactFlash cards, one per channel. Both sites are configured to operate in true IDE mode. DMA transfer signals to the Compact Flash sites is supported.
Datasheet http://www.technobox.com/nudatasheet5251-a70517v2-web.pdf
IDE Controller PMC Lead free RoHS compliant Commercial Temperature Technobox 5251 Compact Flash (CF) Type I or Type II


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