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VMEbus and CPCI Development Chassis

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Small, easily managed form factors * Internal layout optimized for rear I/O boards * Accepts standard Radstone I/O kits and panels * Country-independent auto-ranging PSU * Front panel on/off and reset switches * Removable front access door

Product Description

Radstone has taken its extensive expertise in the field of system integration and understanding of the needs of systems integrators to create the Radstone Development System (RDS). Each chassis delivers the features required by systems integrators in a format designed to maximize ease of use. For example, the card cage in each enclosure is mounted horizontally, permitting a compact, manageable design; the front panel and top cover are easily removed in order to simplify access to internal cables and links; and the backplane to the rear I/O panel path is free from obstruction, allowing paddle card and interface module connections to be easily made.

To support the RDS series, Radstone offers integration services ranging from system level configuration and testing through to the realization of specific software drivers and the integration of third-party cards. As the program evolves, a risk-free migration path is available to Radstone's portfolio of deployable ATR and rugged chassis designs.

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