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3U – 6U VPX Power & GND Backplanes

VPX is a broadly defined technology utilizing the latest in a variety of switch fabric technologies in 3U and 6U format blades. OpenVPX is the architecture framework that defines system level VPX interoperability for multi-vendor, multi-module, integrated system environments.

The OpenVPX framework defines clear interoperability points necessary for integration between Module to Module, Module to Backplane and Chassis. OpenVPX recommends, but does not specify development systems to assist evaluation, prototype and development of VPX systems. OpenVPX will evolve and include new fabric, connector and system technology as newer standards are defined.

Our VPX backplanes are hand-made with quality and longevity in mind. Ask your Hartmann representative which configuration is best for you!

3U – 6U VPX Power & GND Backplanes

Additional Information

Form Factor

3U, 6U

Slots

1, 2, 3, 4

Slot Pitch

5HP common

Configuration

Standard, Fibre and RF Versions for RTM acc. VITA 46.10

Power

3.3V, 5V and 12V

Signals Supported

SYSRESET, SYS_CON, Memory Read OnlyVBAT, NVMRO, I2C

Base Specification

VITA 46 / 65 OpenVPX , VITA 66 (Fibre)/ 67 (RF)

Base Material

FR4 HiTG or equivalent

PCB Thickness

5.4 mm

Part No.HeightSlotsDescriptionDatasheet
B1961000306U1VITA 67.2 in J2 and J6
B1963000106U3J4 Differential, J1-J3+J5,J6 Universal Pattern
B1961000206U1VITA 66.1 in J2 and J6
B1961000106U1J1-J6 Universal Pattern
B1934000303U4VITA 67.1 in J2B
B1934000103U4J1 Differential, J2 Universal Pattern
B1934000203U4VITA 66.4 in J2B
B1932000203U2VITA 66.4 in J2B
B1932000303U2VITA 67.1 in J2B
B1932000103U2J1 Differential, J2 Universal Pattern

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