Prototype tool gives multiple interconnect formats

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Sep 8, 2010

The latest version of the Veroboard physical prototyping tool, which is based around the DIN41612 connector, provides a simple method of providing multiple interconnect formats.

The modular Options Board is available initially in 3 and 6U 160mm, and 6U 220 and 280mm versions in single- and double-sided square-pad and stripline formats, and as a square-pad PTH board.

It features a cutout at one or both ends to accommodate a mezzanine board that is pre-configured to accept Min D and USB connectors.

The Options Board makes it easy to create an interface between, for example, a backplane-based test system and a piece of standalone equipment.

The single-ended boards feature the traditional DIN41612 connector at one end; and, at the other, there is a choice of mezzanine boards for a 15-way min D and USB A and B, a 25-way Min D and USB A or B or a 37-way Min D.

The double-ended versions enable mezzanine boards to be mixed and matched as required.

Additional mezzanine boards will be introduced over the next few months.

Formats include a 2mm 3U cPCI card, a 6U VME64 P0 connector and a 6U HD metric connector, with other, application-specific, designs available to customer order.

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