cPCI Backplane Provides Two Slots For H.110 Apps

Nov. 1, 2001

Conforming to the latest PICMG specifications, the two-slot H.110 CT backplane is said to be ideal for computer telephony applications in low-profile chassis. With its slim width and 7U height, the backplane fits into 1U low-profile or pizza-box telephony system enclosures. The power bugs and fan-tray headers are located at the bottom of the backplane, allowing easy hookup for the horizontal chassis. And the unitÕs thin-profile design near the power bugs allows access to cables from the rear. A stiffener keeps the backplane sturdy and prevents bowing, increasing the reliability of the backplane. Other features of the cPCI backplane include: two power bugs for GND, one power bug each for +3.3V and +5V; one power blade each for +12V, -12V and PS-ON; and two power blades for V I/O. In addition, three 12V fan tray headers are located on the front with one on the back. For further information and price, contact BUSTRONIC CORP. Fremont, CA. (510) 490-7388.

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