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Title : Compact PCI Voltage (I/O) and VMEbus/Compact PCI Connectors: Keeping 'Em Straight
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Date : 27-Mar-2008
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Have you ever turned on your CompactPCI chassis for the first time to find some boards didn’t power up? It is not uncommon to discover that the cause is a missing Voltage (I/ O) jumper. Not only is this very irritating, it’s compounded by a lack of documentation. Many times, the CompactPCI enclosure is shipped with the V (I/O) jumper and keys uninstalled leaving you responsible for properly configuring the V (I/O). The following provides background on V(I/O) you should know to solve your dilemma.
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