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Tech/Engineering - Computers: Hardware
Additional field(s): Computers: Systems, Networks, Electronics / Elect Eng, Computers (general)
|English term or phrase: backplane|
|Definition from Javvin Technologies, Inc.:|
Backplane is the physical interface module in many network devices such as a route or a switch that connects between an interface processor or card and the data buses and the power distribution buses inside a chassis.
- Backplanes are normally used in preference to cables because of their greater reliability. In a cabled system, the cables need to be flexed every time that a card is added to or removed from the system; and this flexing eventually causes mechanical failures. A backplane does not suffer from this problem, so its service life is limited only by the longevity of its connectors. Wikipedia
- If an FC-AL backplane filler panel is installed, remove the three Phillips screws securing the filler panel to the backplane and remove the filler panel from the system. Sun Microsystems, Inc.
- If you are using a standard AT power supply and want 3.3V on the backplane, you can specify the on-backplane 3.3V power supply option. embedded-pc.microbus.com
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Ensemble généralement placé au fond d'un équipement électronique et constitué de connecteurs reliés par un câblage interne, dans lesquels on peut enficher des cartes électroniques.
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