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cPCI Backplanes Require No Transition Cards

Developed along the same guidelines as the company's other integrated I/O products, the Colorado cPCI backplane requires no transition cards. This is accomplished by routing the signals from a CPU card's P3, P4, and P5 connectors onto the backplane and returning them to their standard connectors. This 6U, eight-slot, hot-swap, PICMG 2.0 Rev 3.0 compliant backplane includes an ATX power connector and power bugs, a discrete disk drive power connector, user-selectable I/O, two fan connectors, and discrete connectors for IDE0, IDE1, SCSI, floppy, parallel port, Com1 through Com4, USB0, USB1, IrDA, and a utility connector for speaker, keyboard, mouse, and push-button reset.

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