16-Slot Development Chassis

16-Slot OpenVPX rackmount development chassis

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Deploy Faster Using Actual OpenVPX Hardware

The EnsembleSeries 16-slot OpenVPX development chassis helps you develop your application quicker with concurrent engineering and rapid prototyping. Whether rack-mounted or standing on a bench, these chassis maintain their cooling effectiveness and offer good physical access to make your application development as easy as possible.

Features:

  • Compact design takes up a minimum of space
  • Aluminum construction minimizes enclosure weight
  • Electrostatic discharge (ESD) jacks provided on both the front and rear of chassis
  • Specially designed cable access holes support the routing of cables to both front panel and rear transition area
  • Ergonomic space design for injector/ejector seating enables the high extraction force needed for OpenVPX modules
  • Switches provided for SYS_RESET and NVMRO OpenVPX signals
  • Chassis ground stud provided at rear of enclosure

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