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Dual Plane Printed Circuit Card Support

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000077922D
Original Publication Date: 1972-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-25
Document File: 2 page(s) / 55K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Flaherty, RJ: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

This is a dual-plane printed-circuit card support that provides a base to which a variety of printed-circuit cards may be mounted. The support 10 can be used to mount either full planar printed-circuit cards 11, or a combination of full planar and smaller printed-circuit cards. The support 10 features a printed-circuit card retention system utilizing the plastic clips 12, which are used to hold the printed-circuit cards 11 in place during shipping and handling. A plurality of holes 13 in the support 10 at predetermined locations, permit different sizes of cards 11 to be held in place on both sides of the support 10.

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Dual Plane Printed Circuit Card Support

This is a dual-plane printed-circuit card support that provides a base to which a variety of printed-circuit cards may be mounted. The support 10 can be used to mount either full planar printed-circuit cards 11, or a combination of full planar and smaller printed-circuit cards. The support 10 features a printed-circuit card retention system utilizing the plastic clips 12, which are used to hold the printed- circuit cards 11 in place during shipping and handling. A plurality of holes 13 in the support 10 at predetermined locations, permit different sizes of cards 11 to be held in place on both sides of the support 10. Another retention system is provided by the crossover connector 14 that functions to hold the printed-circuit cards 11 against the side rails of support 10, and also to provide electrical interconnections between circuits on printed-circuit cards 11 on either side of the support member 10.

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