Mechanical characteristics of MAR3200 cards

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Jun 14th, 2007
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Hi,


I will use a MAR3200 in a subway environment. Only the FESMIC, MARC and MRPC will be inserted in the enclosure: the WMIC cards will be installed at each train extremity and the SMIC is not required. The allowed space is not huge and the enclosure I will design must be a small sized. I searched information about mechanical characteristics (size, fix points?) for these cards and the associated thermal plates. I am also interested by information about the connectors (type / reference, pins assignment?). Any information or link about these topics will be helpful.


Thanks by advance

Alain-Claude


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martec_acbarcelo Thu, 06/21/2007 - 23:30
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Hi Shabir,

Thanks for the answer. I know this doc but I need more detailed information about the mechanical characteristics of the MAR3200 cards to define the rack which they will be inserted in.

Best Regards,

Alain-Claude

Richard Atkin Wed, 06/27/2007 - 11:50
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The cards are PC104 standard, so your best bet is to check out the standards.

martec_acbarcelo Tue, 07/03/2007 - 00:30
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Thanks for the answer. Do you have any information about the connectors: location on the PC104 cards, pin assignment, type...

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