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pinout

[′pin‚au̇t]
(electronics)
A graphic or text description of the function of electronic signals transmitted through each pin and receptacle in a connector.
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Additionally, the interchangeable pinout options of the new package allow for unmatched design flexibility.
The LTM8003's pinout is failure-mode effects analysis compliant so the output voltage stays at or below the regulation voltage in the event of short-circuit to GND or short-circuit to a neighboring pin or if a pin is left floating.
A multi- protocol pinout concept enables compatibility with all known SAS, SATA and PCIe protocols and provides enhanced signal integrity in an extremely compact form factor.
The new additions provide an economical power solution and are pinout and size compatible with more costly encapsulated modules.
Nexar also includes constraint files that map the FPGA pinout on the daughter board to the relevant NanoBoard resources, allowing easy targeting of a design for the Virtex-II Pro.
The units have a standard E-brick form factor and E-brick pinout.
It is not the same pinout as Low Voltage Differential or single ended--a ground is shifted to the outside of the connector.
These oscillators utilize the industry's standard pinout configuration and require a 3.
Many current 32-bit MCU products lack sufficient architectural flexibility, especially for pinout and peripheral placement, which makes the design job harder than it has to be.
A multi-protocol pinout concept enables compatibility with all known SAS, SATA and PCIe protocols and provides enhanced signal integrity in an extremely compact form factor.
5 mm devices offer [+ or -]3 percent combined line, load, and temperature regulation; efficiencies of up to 93 percent, an input range from 36 VDC to 75 VDC, the capability to withstand a 100 V input transient for 100 ms, and include a DOSA-compliant through-hole-mount pinout.