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This article describes an interface system that permits the direct attachment of external machine cables to electronic circuit cards.
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Direct Cable Attachment
This article describes an interface system that permits the direct attachment
of external machine cables to electronic circuit cards.
The figure shows the interface system. The lower portion of back panel 10
contains a large opening that is designed to accept a conventional back panel
circuit card. The card is held in position by a snap-in card stiffener, allowing easy
removal if field change is required. Grooves in opposite edges of the assembly
permit a slideable attachment into a system frame. The cable attaching port
extends from both flat surfaces of the back panel. The rear extension guides and
secures the I/O cable connector into position. The opposite port positions the
connector of the mating electronic card. The internal walls of the port are
tapered to assist entry of both connectors. The I/O cable connector housing is
designed to locate and latch within the back panel port. Once assembled, it
becomes an integral part of the back panel, allowing multiple insertion/removals
of the electronic card. The I/O cable connector housing is constructed to permit
attachment/removal without tools.
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