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- Discontinued

Internal IrDA drive port available   


The USB IrDA Infrared Adapter works pretty much the same way as the IrDA Infrared Drive. Although it is not 100% plug-n-play like the Infrared Drive, it is designed to be easily installed to your system. Upon inserting to your PC's USB port, Windows can immediately detects a new device being connected to the system. All you have to do next is to supply Windows with the location of the driver file. And the rest is pretty much done automatically.

The USB IrDA Infrared Adapter allows users who have an extra USB port to easily add IrDA infrared port without having have to open up the computer case.


The USB IrDA Infrared Adapter hotsyncing a Palm Pilot

Features:
  • Supports SIR and FIR.
  • Obtains power from USB port.
  • IrDA data rate from 2.4Kbps to 4Mbps.
  • Activity status LED indicator.
  • Extension cable (59 inches long) to allow you to position in front of where the other IrDA device is located.
  • Full compliance to IRDA 1.3 and USB 1.1 specifications
  • 4Kbyte FIFO buffer memory.
  • Supports SIR and FIR under Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7 (32-bit)
  • Supports SIR and FIR NDIS USB Drivers.
  • Plug-N-Play under Windows Vista.
  • Supports SIR and FIR Low-power CMOS design.




Plug the USB connector of IrDA Adapter to USB port of motherboard.




Driver Installation (Plug-N-Play under Windows Vista & 7.  No need to download driver)

Step 1.

Download USB IrDA Adapter Driver (no need to download this driver if you are using Windows Vista)

Download USB IrDA
Adapter Driver Here




Step 2.

Extract all files to a designated directory.





Step 3.

Plug the USB Connector of the IrDA USB Adapter to an USB port of your PC. Windows will auto detect a new hardware.




Step 4.

Locate the correct directory of the driver files you just unziped & extracted. Choose the appropriate choice of operation syatem you are currently using.




Step 5.

Windows will install driver to your computer automatically.




Step 6.

The USB IrDA Adapter is ready for operation after restarting the computer.



J.D.Research, Inc. has been the leading IrDA infrared solution vender since 1997.




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