passive backplane

passive backplane

A backplane that adds no processing in the circuit. See backplane.
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0 Core2 Quad/Dual or Pentium 4 single board computer (SBC), Advantech's IPPC-7158B 15" industrial panel PC exhibits a passive backplane with up to 12 ISA/PCI expansion slots.
The C6340 and C6350 IPCs have 3 free PCI slots on the 5-slot passive backplane that can be used for extra PC fieldbus cards in systems with parallel fieldbus usage.
Flexibility is another non-worry, as the S1 uses a three-slot passive backplane platform with a single board computer, which leaves two expansion slots open for add-on cards.
Based on PICMG PCI/ISA standard passive backplane technology, the Flexor line provides a range of processors, backplanes and enclosures that combine to create platforms to match OEM requirements.
I-Bus products include CPU boards, backplanes, and enclosures based on passive backplane and CompactPCI technology for industrial-grade computer systems.
PICMG's MicroTCA specification was adopted in 2006 and enables AdvancedMC products to integrated in a passive backplane architecture.
The PCI Portable comes equipped with an eight-slot or nine-slot passive backplane.
The Nitro platform consists of Mellanox switch blades, diskless server blades, and InfiniBand architecture passive backplane and chassis.
The transceiver can contain one or multiple CSIX parallel interfaces on one side and multiple high-speed serial links across a passive backplane to the switch device.
It can be used as a stand-alone computer engine and more importantly, it can drive typically up to four Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) PCI add-on cards when fitted with a fully passive backplane in a small shoe-box type enclosure (more PCI add-on cards, typically up to a dozen, can be used with backplanes using P2P bridges).
A passive backplane allows hot-swappability of controller and channel interface boards.

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