Supplier: National Instruments
Description: The NI VME-MXI-2 interface board is a 6U, single-slot VMEbus extender based on MXI-2 technology. You can install the VME-MXI-2 in the leftmost slot of a VME chassis to be the VMEbus system controller or in any other slot. The VME-MXI-2 extends the VMEbus architecture outside a VME mainframe via
- Extender Type: Form Factor Extender
- Extender Height: 6U
- Technology: Other
- Form Factor: 6U x 160 mm (Size B)
Supplier: FKN Systek, Inc.
Description: the board from the card cage. Traces can carry 15 A/Path. The extender card length is 28cm.
Supplier: ELMA Electronic Inc.
Description: The ATCA extender board extends both the power and IPMB (Intelligent Platform Management Bus) signals. With a 10-layer stripline design, the extender is designed for the full populated fabric slot (5 ZD connectors, P20 thru P24) and the power connector J10. The Zone 3 section is served by a blind
- Extender Type: Test Extender
- Extender Height: Other
- Extender Length: 400 mm
- Technology: Other
Control and Instrumentation Cables - MXI-2/M2 Cable,Straight-Point to Right-Angle Daisy-Chain, 8 m -- 777164-08Supplier: National Instruments
Description: VXI-MXI-2 and VME-MXI-2 interfaces connect to any MXI-2 cable connector. The MXI-2 computer interface for example, the PCI-MXI-2 normally requires straight-point connectors. If you prefer to use a right-angle connector to save space, you can use the MC connector Extender between the interface board
- Product Type: Multiconductor Cable
Supplier: Vero Technologies, Ltd.
Description: Product Description This is a special assembly created to offer a replacement part for the original VERO Electronics / APW VME Test Extender Board products. The assembly uses fully loaded 96/96 way DIN 41612 connectors and offers controlled electrical characteristics as well as test connector
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