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Mounting Style:

Backplane Bus / Standard:

Backplane Form Factor:

Number of CPU Slots:

ISA Slots:

PCI Slots:

PISA Slots:

3U CompactPCI / PXI Slots:

6U CompactPCI / PXI Slots:

3U VME / VXI Slots:

6U VME / VXI Slots:

Other Slot Type?

Output Rating:

Switch Options:

Indicator Options:

Cooling Fans:

CE / FCC Certified?

Meets UL, CSA, and TUV Requirements?

Help with Industrial Chassis and Card Cages specifications:

Mounting Style
   Mounting Style       
   Your choices are...         
   Rack Mounted       Devices mount in racks and come with hardware such as rail guides, flanges, or tabs. Some rack-mounted devices fit in a standard 19” telecommunications rack. 
   Desktop       Devices are designed to sit on a table or desktop. 
   Tower       Devices are mounted in a tower. 
   Wall / Ceiling Mounted       Devices are designed to be attached to a wall or ceiling. The method of attachment may include screws, bolts, rails, flanges, etc. 
   Other       Other unlisted mounting styles such as micro-box, node, portable, shoe-box, etc. 
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Backplane Options
   Backplane Bus / Standard:       
   Your choices are...         
   ISA / EISA       Industry standard architecture (ISA) is a standard for I/O buses that was developed in the 1980s. ISA buses can handle 16-bit data transfers at a clock speed of 8 MHz. They are also capable of handling memory under 16 MB. EISA, or Extended ISA, is an enhanced version of the ISA bus. EISA buses run at 8 MHz, are capable of 32-bit data transfers, and can access all memory in the system. 
   PCI       Peripheral component interconnect (PCI) is a local bus system designed for high-end computer systems. PCI buses transfer 32 or 64 bits of data at a clock speed of 33 MHz. They also support 3 to 5 critical peripherals, which are either integrated directly onto the motherboard or added via expansion cards. PCI buses fully support cards that were developed for standard I/O buses. 
   PISA       PISA buses can carry ISA / EISA and PCI bus signals. They use the same type of connectors as EISA buses, but require fewer pins than full PCI connectors. PISA buses have the same dimensions as ISA buses, but are smaller than typical PCI buses. An industrial single-board computer (SBC) with a PISA edge connector can, with a suitable backplane, connect to both ISA and PCI cards in the same system. 
   CompactPCI       Compact PCI (cPCI) is a high-performance industrial bus that uses the electrical standards of the PCI bus and is packaged in a Eurocard. Specifications for the CompactPCI bus are developed and maintained by the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group (PICMG). cPCI buses are used extensively in systems that require high speed data transfers. Examples include data communication routers and switches, real-time machine control, real-time data acquisition, military systems, etc. 
   PXI       PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation (PXI) is a superset of CompactPCI that adds timing and triggering functions, imposes requirements for documenting environmental tests, and establishes a standard Windows-based software framework. 
   VME       VersaModule Eurocard (VME) is a rugged, 32-bit bus used in industrial, commercial and military applications. Several VMEbus varieties are available. 
   VME64       VME64 is an expanded version of the VME bus that provides 64-bit data transfers and addressing. VME64 is a mechanical and electrical superset of the original VME specification (IEEE-1014-1987). Features include asynchronous transfers, an addressing range between 16 and 40 bits, data path widths between 8 and 64 bits, and a bandwidth of 80 MBps. 
   VME64x       VME64 extended (VME64x) is an improved version of the VME64 bus that features a 160-pin connector family, 3.3 V power supply pins, bandwidths up to 160 MBps, injector/ejector locking handles and hot swap capability. The VME64x specifications were adopted in 1997 by the VMEbus International Trade Association (VITA) and its standards organization (VSO). 
   VXI / VMI       VME eXtensions for Instrumentation (VXI) was developed by Motorola and other companies in the late 1970s. VXI is a standard for many electronic platforms and defines electrical and mechanical backplane characteristics. Multisystem eXtension Interface (MXI) is a high-performance communication link that interconnects devices using a flexible cabling scheme. MXI is a general purpose, 32-bit multi-master system bus on a cable. It provides a high-performance way of controlling VXI systems using commercially available desktop computers and workstations. MXI devices can directly access each other's resources by performing simple read and write operations to appropriate address locations. The MXI-2 standard expands the number of signals on a standard MXI cable by exporting all VXI backplane signals such as VXI triggers, interrupt lines and system clocks directly to the cabled bus. 
   VME320       VME320 is a modified VMEbus that provides synchronous data transmission and a bandwidth range from 320 MBps to over 500 MBps. 
   STD 32       The STD 32 bus was originally designed for factory and industrial environments. It combines a small, industrial strength architecture with the functionality and performance of high-end personal computers. As its name suggests, STD 32 uses a 32-bit architecture. It is well-suited for embedded industrial applications. 
   AdvancedTCA       Advanced Telecommunication Computing Architechture (AdvancedTCA) is an open industry specification for carrier grade equipment incorporating high-speed switching fabric technology capable of switching and processing 2.5 terabits per second in a single shelf. 
   ETX       Embedded technology eXtended (ETX) modules are very compact (~100mm square, 12mm thick), highly integrated computers. All ETX modules feature a standardized form factor and a standardized connector layout that carry a specified set of signals. ETX modules include common personal computer (PC) peripheral functions such as graphics; parallel, serial, and USB ports; keyboard/mouse; ethernet; sound and IDE. 
   ePCI-X       Embedded PCI eXtended (ePCI-X). 
   HMP       Host media processing (HMP) performs the media processing functions of communications applications without special-purpose telephony hardware. With HMP, toll-grade audio is transported as voice over IP (VoIP) through the Ethernet network interface. All media processing occurs in the host CPU. 
   Other       Other unlisted bus types. 
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   Backplane Form Factor      The dimensions of the different form factors are shown in the table at the end of this help page.
   Your choices are...         
   Baby AT       Baby AT is the original IBM motherboard design for PCs. Boards can be up to 8.57" wide by 13.04" deep. 
   AT       This full-size AT motherboard has the same design as the original IBM AT (Baby AT). Boards can be up to 12" wide by 13.8" deep. 
   LPX       LPX was developed by Western Digital in 1987and has several important features, the most distinctive of which is that expansion slots are mounted on a bus riser that connects to the motherboard. Another important feature is the standard placement of connectors in the back of the card. LPX cards are 9” wide and up to 13” deep. 
   ATX       ATX combines the best features of the Baby AT and LPX motherboard designs with some new enhancements. The ATX open specifications were released in 1996. ATX cards are 12" inches wide and 9.6" deep. 
   NLX       NLX is the latest development in desktop motherboard technology. It supports current processor technologies and supports emerging technologies such as AGP, USB, DIMM, etc.  NLX cards can by up to 9" wide and up to 13.6" deep. 
   MicroATX       MicroATX is a modified ATX in which three slots are removed to reduce the the board size to Baby AT (~8.5 in²). 
   FlexATX       FlexATX is a new standard introduced by Intel as a replacement for MicroATX.  FlexATX has a maximum size of 9" by 7.5". 
   3U (Size A)       Size A cards have a height of 100 mm (3U) and a length of 160 mm. 
   6U (Size B)       Size B cards have a height of 233 mm (6U) and a length of 160 mm. 
   6U (Size C)       Size C cards have a height of 233 mm (6U) and a length of 340 mm. 
   9U (Size D)       Size D cards have a height of 360 mm (9U) and a length of 340 mm. 
   Other       Other unlisted form factors such as EBX, PC-104, etc. 
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   Tables:         
   Form Factors      

Type

Width

Height

Full AT

12 in

304.8 mm

11 - 13 in

279.4 - 330.2 mm

Baby AT

8.5 in

215.9 mm

10 - 13 in

254 - 330.2 mm

ATX

12 in

304.8 mm

9.6 in

243.84 mm

Mini ATX

11.2 in

284.48 mm

8.2 in

208.28 mm

LPX

9 in

228.6 mm

11 - 13 in

279.4 - 330.2 mm

Mini LPX

8 - 9 in

203.2 - 228.6 mm

10 - 11 in

254 - 279.4 -

NLX

8 - 9 in

203.2 - 228.6 mm

10 - 13.6 in

254 - 345.44 mm

3U (Size A)

6.30 in

160 mm

3.94 in

100 mm

6U (Size B)

6.30 in

160 mm

9.17 in

233 mm

6U (Size C)

13.39 in

340 mm

9.17 in

233 mm

9U (Size D)

13.39 in

340 mm

14.17 in

360 mm

 

 
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Backplane Slots
   Number of CPU Slots      On an active backplane it is the slot where a processor (CPU) board can be plugged in. There are many types of buses suitable for the CPU Slot such as PICMG (PCI Manufacturers Group) Standard.
   Your choices are...         
   None       Backplanes do not have a slot for a central processing unit (CPU). 
   One       Backplanes have one slot for a CPU. 
   Two       Backplanes have two slots for CPUs. 
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   ISA Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in ISA cards. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   PCI Slots       Backplanes have slots for pluggin in PCI cards. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   PISA Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in PISA cards. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   3U CompactPCI / PXI Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in CompactPCI and PXI cards with a 3U form factor. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   6U CompactPCI / PXI Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in CompactPCI  and PXI cards with a 6U form factor. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   3U VME / VXI Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in VME and VXI cards with a 3U form factor. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   6U VME / VXI Slots       Backplanes have slots for plugging in VME and VXI cards with a 6U form factor. 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Other Slot Type?       Other unlisted slot types. 
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Power Subsystem
   Output Rating       Output rating is the output wattage of the power supply. 
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Controls & Indicators
   Switch Options       
   Your choices are...         
   Reset Switch       Devices include a reset switch for restarting the system. 
   Power On/OffSwitch       Devices have an on/switch for turning the system on and off. 
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   Indicator Options       
   Your choices are...         
   HDD Indicator       Hard disk drive (HDD) indicators are light emitting diodes (LEDs) that indicate when the hard drive is in use.  
   Temperature Alarm Indicator       This feature indicates whether the device temperature is above certain value. 
   CPU Fan Failure Indicator       This feature indicates whether the CPU cooling fan has failed. 
   Power Failure Indicator       This feature indicates whether a power failure has occurred. 
   Chassis Fan Failure Indicator       This feature indicates whether the chassis fan has failed. 
   Power On/Off Indicator       This feature indicates whether the system is on. Typically, LEDs are used. 
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System Cooling
   Cooling Fans       Embedded cooling fans are included. 
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Certification & Safety
   CE / FCC Certified?       Devices bear the CE Mark or conform with requirements established by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. The CE mark indicates that a product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection regulations. CE is an abbreviation for a French phrase that means "European Conformity". 
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Meets UL, CSA, and TUV Requirements?       The UL Listing Mark denotes that samples of a product meet the safety requirements of Underwriters Laboratories (UL). These requirements are mostly based on UL's published Standards for Safety.  The CSA Mark may appear alone or with indicators. If it appears alone, it means that the product is certified for the Canadian market, to the applicable Canadian standards. If this Mark appears with the indicator "C and US" or "NRTL/C" it means that the product is certified for both the U.S. and Canadian markets, to the applicable U.S. and Canadian standards. TÜV Rheinland/Berlin-Brandenburg provides International Approvals Services as they relate to product safety. Products certified by TÜV Rheinland for the US market are identified by the TUVus certification mark. TÜV Rheinland of North America is also established as a Certification Organization in Canada. When the TUVus mark is coupled with the cTUV mark, the product is certified compliant for both the US and Canadian markets. 
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