PCI Express Expander Backplane System
Expand the number of PCIe slots on a motherboard of your choice with our PCIe expansion technology. Simply place the included host adapter on a free PCI Express x4 slot of your mainboard. The counterpart, the so-called "Client adapter", is placed on the PCI Express backplane. Now connect the two controllers with help of the supplied data cables. The system is immediately ready for use. The backplane(s) has a transparent PCIe switch that transparently handles the communication between the PCIe devices and the host. No drivers are required and it works on all systems from Windows to MAC OS to Linux.
PCI Express Backplane - Case #2 - ATX Gehäuse
Case #2 provides space for 6/12/18/19x PCIe slots in a rugged 19" case. In addition to the backplanes, an ATX mainboard can be placed in Case #2 to accommodate the client adapter(s) to expand the PCI Express slots. The client adapter on the backplane and the host adapter on the mainboard are connected with the included 50cm data cable.
Also included is the 650Watt SFX power supply which is designed for continuous operation (24/7), in addition five 80mm fans work and provide optimal cooling, even with full card assembly and use in harsh industrial environments.
Your selected expansion stage:
PCI Express GEN3 | 6x Expansion Slots - Backplanes & Hostcontroller | ATX Case #2
In this variant, the scope of delivery consists of the following components:
- Case #2 - ATX Case
- 650Watt SFX-PSU
- 1x Backplane PCIe Gen3 - 6 fold
- 1x Set 50cm data cable
- 1x Client adapter* (Place on backplane for uplink)
- 1x Host adapter* (Placement on mainboard)
- 5x Case fan 80mm
*Client / host adapters can be used for internal as well as external (to another housing). For this purpose, the adapter can be switched from internal to external by means of a jumper setting. For a connection to another housing other cable lengths are available, please contact us for this.
Technical data Backplane PCIe Gen3 - 6 fold:
Note: the PCIe specification only provides PCIe x1 as a mandatory fallback
The backplane enables via USB interface
The API provides the following information:
For the PCIe development are available among others:
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