pin-out

pin-out

(hardware)
(Or "pinout") The allocation of logical functions or signals to the electrical connection points (pins) of an integrated circuit or other component or connector.
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Some parts vary the pin-out a bit between packages or have extra pins on one or the other.
With each design, a conditional routing can be made on the PCB to determine the best package and pin-out.
The new VMEbus Switched Serial Standard (VXS) or VITA41 specification defines the pin-out and backplane requirements for an evolutionary path to switched fabric systems for legacy VMEbus installations.
Available in industry-compatible pin-outs, the transceivers are packaged in a wide-body 16-pin SOIC package with 8mm of creepage and clearance and operate over the -40-degree Celsius to +125-degree Celsius temperature range.
Available in 16, 32, and 48 port configurations, NodeGrid T48S detects and reconfigures serial device pin-outs on-the-fly, eliminating the need for expensive dongles and cumbersome adapters.
Other tools allow optimizing package pin-outs by considering the system from the die clear to the board, allowing much simplified breakout and routing.
Our expanded LIN portfolio includes pin-outs that are the first to support the new OEM hardware recommendations enabling system designers to develop differentiated LIN systems in next-generation vehicles.
The cable can be soldered to the dongle PCB, allowing flexible pin-outs.