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Eurocard

A range of standard circuit board sizes.

Normal double Eurocard = 233.4 x 160 mm Extended double Eurocard = 233.4 x 220 mm Super extended double Eurocard = 233.4 x 250 mm Hyper extended double Eurocard = 233.4 x 280 mm

Eurocard

A family of European-designed printed circuit boards that uses a 96-pin plug rather than edge connectors. The 3U is a 4x6" board with one plug; the 6U is a 6x12" board with two plugs; the 9U is a 14x18" board with three plugs. See CompactPCI.


A 3U Eurocard
CompactPCI boards use the Eurocard form factor. This is a complete PC (sans hard disk) from Xtech. Note the CompactPCI connector at the back of the card (right). (Image courtesy of Xtech Embedded Computers.)
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