- IEEE 1284 EPP compatible interface
- IBM PC parallel port compatible
- Software configurable base address
- Software configurable interrupt
- Memory only interface supported
- HP Palmtop drivers available
- Win 95-XP/VISTA/CE support
- Linux support
- OS/2 support
- Ideal for software dongles
- Five year warranty
Many portable and hand-held computers do not provide a parallel port. When they do, the built-in port often cannot function in EPP mode. Quatech’s SPP-100 is an ideal choice in these situations when a high speed parallel interface is required.
Quatech's SPP-100 fully supports the IEEE 1284 EPP standard, and functions exactly like a computer's native parallel port. Thus, unlike the many USB to parallel converters on the market, Quatech's SPP-100 will work seamlessly with any hardware or software that requires either an EPP or standard parallel port.
We have many customers using the SPP-100 with hardware dongles including ones by D2K, Hasp & Aladdin. However, dongles by Activator, Keylok or Husqvarna Viking Dongle will not operate with any PCMCIA or USB based parallel port device (according to their manufacturer). Please feel free to contact us with any dongle related questions.
Voltage: Compatible with both 3.3V and 5V systems.
Bus Interface: 16-bit PCMCIA, Release 8 & backward compliant.
OS Support: Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP/CE/Vista, Linux (standard modes only), OS/2, HP Palmtop.
Data Rate: 700 kbps (max).
Connectors: Detachable cable with 1 DB-25 female (standard parallel pinout).
Power Requirements: 35 mA @ +5V or 25 mA @ +3.3V.
Size: Type II PCMCIA Card package.
Certifications: CE, FCC Class B, RoHS & WEEE Compliant.
The SPP-100 is for laptops with an PCMCIA/Cardbus slot.