OpenVPX Platform Offers Mix Of Card Guides

Pixus Technologies offers OpenVPX platforms with a mix of card guides that allow IEEE 1101.10 air cooled and IEEE 1101.2 conduction cooled boards to be tested in the same enclosure. The development chassis allows the use of Rear Transition Modules (RTMs) and up to eight backplane slots at a 1” pitch.  The open frame design accommodates the attachment of probes and provides easy access to plug-in boards. 

 

The company offers various slot sizes and profiles of 3U and 6U OpenVPX backplanes compliant to the VITA 65 specification.   A modular power supply allows various modules for +3.3V, +5V, ±12V, auxiliary voltages, and other options to be assembled for the ideal power output for each configuration.

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Pixus offers OpenVPX chassis in 19” rackmount, development/desktop, Air Transport Rack (ATR), and ruggedized versions.  The company also provides components, chassis platforms, and modular instrumentation cases in various form factors. For more details, visit Pixus Technologies.

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