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USB-Infrared Adapter
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Applies to:

SIR/MIR/FIR Ultra Sleek and Small USB Infrared Adapter IrDA MOSChip

Author/Supplier:

CoolGear

Category:

Input/Output Devices

Requirements:

Windows 7

File Size:

5.7 MB

File Name:

MCS7780_Win7_Vista_32bit_driver_v1.3.0.0.zip

Release Date:

16.08.2007

Version:

1.3.0.0

Last Updated:

06.11.2011

Rating:


3.5
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Type: IrDa Adapter
  • Interface: USB
  • Irda Mode: MIR (576 Kbps to 1152Kbps)
  • Irda Mode: FIR (4 Mbps)
  • Irda Mode: SIR (2.4 Kbps to 57.6 Kbps)

Description:

This IrDA Adapter can comes with an 8-inch long USB Extension Cable for desktop and laptop users. It features MosChip Semiconductor Technology. Numerous devices such as printers, PDAs, or other peripherals that have IrDA ports can be enabled to communicate with any PC or laptop with this adapter. This unit complies with the USB 1.1 standard yet it can work on USB 2.0 Ports as well (but at the speeds of 1.1 connections). It is capable of achieving IrDA data transfer speeds of up to 4 Mbps.

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IR or Infra Red data transmission is used for short-range wireless communication between various machines. IR technology is not exactly new, having been used for various devices for years now. Remote controls, for example, most often use IR in a thin, focused beam towards a receptor that is capable of translating the radiation's "message" into a current. The message is worded through modulation of the light or IR beam sent to the receptacle or receiving unit, which is responsible for translation of that beam into a command.