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Old 03-18-2013, 12:50 PM
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Default "Brand New" - MAGMA PCI Expansion Chassis Host Card (PCMCIA): Offers


Item Name: MAGMA Cardbus / PCMCIA (type II) Host Card including 68 pin (1 meter) cable

Part Number: CBHIF: (PCMCIA) and CBL1HF: (Cable)

Manufacturer: MAGMA

Condition: New

Description: Genuine MAGMA Cardbus Host adaptor system 68 Pin Proprietary PCMCIA card and cable, for use with 32 - bit PCI Expansion Systems with MAGMA PCI Expansion systems.

Main Features: The Magma Card system is the connection between your Magma PCI Expansion System and your laptop computer. The Cardbus (also referred to as a PCMCIA Card) is a Type II PC Card which attaches from Magma PCI expansion system to computer via a the cable and PCMCIA.

Compatibility: (Models), CB1, CB264, CB4DRQ, P7R4, P13R

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http://www.magma.com/cbhif
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Old 03-18-2013, 02:47 PM
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Default Re: "Brand New" - MAGMA PCI Expansion Chassis Host Card (PCMCIA): Offers

I've seen this on eBay does it work with the Magma P7r464 chassis. Tried to find some info but with no avail
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:46 PM
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I've seen this on eBay does it work with the Magma P7r464 chassis. Tried to find some info but with no avail
It appears it will compatible with the 'PR7r4 range of Magma Expansion chassis.

For furthur information see: www.magma.com/7-slot-pci-expansion
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:34 AM
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I've seen this on eBay does it work with the Magma P7r464 chassis. Tried to find some info but with no avail
It would appear that the stated item is compatible with the Magma Expansion Chassis - (model #: P7r464). However, please contact Magma to confirm exact requirements.

Furthur information: http://www.magma.com/7-slot-pci-expansion

Magma Contact Details: http://www.magma.com/contact
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