transition card

transition card

[tran′zish·ən ‚kärd]
(computer science)
In reading a deck of punched cards by a computer, a card that causes the computer to stop reading cards and begin executing a program. Also known as transfer card.
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An average airflow of 6 CFM (500 LFM) per rear transition card is sufficient to cool 50 W per rear slot.
Engineered options to suit specific customer application requirements include ESD, card edge grounding clips and rear transition card attachment sections in 60 mm card depth and larger.
Engineered options include ESD, card edge grounding clips and rear transition card attachment sections in 60 mm card depth and larger.
The system features a shielded EMC 19" subrack that can accommodate up to 21 6U x 160 mm deep boards and 21 rear, 6U x 80 mm deep transition cards with ESD clips installed in each card guide, a wide range input, FPC and 1,000W four-output power supply.

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