Bus Host Adapter
A host adapter is a hardware interface that connects a computer system to internal or external devices such as storage or networking devices. It expands the computer's capabilities by adding hardware compatibility to a specific bus system.
All host adapters we offer have programming interfaces (API/DLL) with detailed documentation of the interface functions and their parameters. A free GUI is available for all host adapters, with which you can send individual commands or entire XML files directly.
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