Scan code: LN106082 Manufacturer code: PEX2S953LP 2-Port RS232 Serial PCIe x1 Adapter 2-Port RS232 Serial PCIe x1 Adapter Card, 256-byte FIFO Cache, 921.6Kbps

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Scan code: LN106082 Manufacturer code: PEX2S953LP
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Product Overview

This multiport PCI Express RS232 serial adapter card lets you add two RS232 (DB9) serial ports to your computer through a PCI Express (PCIe) slot, as if they were native serial ports. The dual port PCIe serial card enables you to interact with serial devices, such as card readers, printers, PIN pads, and modems, at speeds of up to 921.6Kbps.

Maximum Compatibility

With broad OS support, including for Windows and Linux, this 2 port PCI E serial card is easy to integrate into mixed environments. The card comes pre-configured with a full-profile bracket, and includes optional low-profile brackets, so installation is easy regardless of the case form factor. This card is a direct replacement for PEX2S952.

Experience Optimal Technology

This PCIe to serial adapter supports the following features:
• Industry standard 16950 UART compatible.
• Supports max baud rate of up-to 921.6Kbps.
• Provides 5/12V power output on Pin 9 when external power is connected.
• 256-byte depth FIFO cache per transmitter and receiver.
• Supports 9, 8, 7, 6, 5 data bits (one per port).
• Asix AX99100 chipset.
• Base PCI Express 1.1 compliant.

The Choice of IT Pros Since 1985 conducts thorough compatibility and performance testing on all our products to ensure we are meeting or exceeding industry standards and providing high-quality products to IT Professionals. Our local Technical Advisors have broad product expertise and work directly with our Engineers to provide support for our customers both pre and post-sales.


• PCI Express 1.1 compliant replacement to the PEX2S952 Serial Card, ensuring wide compatibility.
• Add RS232 DB9 capabilities without purchasing a new server or computer.
• Full profile bracket comes pre-installed, a full profile is also included for case compatibility.

Interface PCIe (x1)
Connectivity 2 x RS232
Additional Information
Scan Code LN106082
Model Number PEX2S953LP
GTIN 0065030881166

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

24 months
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0800 169 0408
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