Ploytec GM5 USB 2.0
Ploytec Releases The GM5 USB 2.0 Full Speed USB MIDI Solution.
Sited south of Baden, Germany, Ploytec offers a ready-to-use USB2.0 full-speed USB-MIDI-solution that features up to 5 MIDI inputs and outputs in a single device. With this chip one can build a MIDI Interface or covert an existing MIDI keyboard into a USB keyboard.
The GM5 chip works with standard class-compliant drivers and is fully compatible with Windows Vista, XP and Mac OS X. Alternatively, customers can use the GM5 chip with Ploytec's special custom drivers, which feature greatly enhanced performance compared to standard drivers. GM5 Ics support an I2C EEPROM for vendor-specific data and start at €2.50 in quantity.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ploytec.com.
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