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Pixus Technologies Articles
New OpenVPX air slot blocker boards
Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, has announced that it now offers plug-in boards for blocking the airflow in an otherwise empty OpenVPX slot. They come in 3U and 6U sizes in the 5HP (1.0”) width commonly used in the backplane architecture.
Backplanes with KVPX connectors for extreme environments
Pixus Technologies has offered a various OpenVPX backplanes utilizing the ultra-rugged KVPX connector. This type of connector is often used in the harshest Aerospace applications.
All-metal slim handles for OpenVPX boards
Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, has announced new handles for OpenVPX boards or custom embedded computer boards in an all-metal design. The Pixus All-Metal Slim Type X Handle features a long thin metal lever for maximum leverage.
Chassis facilitates multiple backplane architectures
Pixus Technologies has introduced a highly versatile 5.25” tall chassis that accepts 3U or 6U boards mounted horizontally of various backplane types. With Pixus’ modular design that accepts various card guide and rail options, one can incorporate OpenVPX, cPCI Serial, VME64x or other Eurocard architectures in the new horizontal mount chassis.
Mid-sized OpenVPX development chassis for RF modules
Pixus Technologies has announced a new version of the VPXD1000 series that allows various VITA 67 slot configurations for RF interfaces over OpenVPX. The chassis can be partitioned for a separate segment for specialty RF devices or your SOSA (Sensor Open Systems Architecture) implementation.
RiCool chassis platform features OpenVPX 6U backplanes
Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, has announced a new RiCool chassis configurations for 9-slot and 16-slot OpenVPX backplanes in the 6U height.
Hybrid development chassis features mix of optical connectors
Pixus Technologies is now offering a 6U OpenVPX chassis platform with a mix of VITA 66.4 optical connectors and VITA 67.3 RF connectors. The open frame chassis features a 6-slot 6U OpenVPX backplane with the RF and optical connector cutouts. The specialty connectors can optionally be installed by Pixus.
Horizontal-mount OpenVPX chassis platforms
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies, has announced new OpenVPX enclosures that allow boards to be mounted horizontally. The horizontal loading approach saves rack height for small slot count systems. The first in the series of EUR19VPX OpenVPX horizontal-mount chassis platforms from Pixus Technologies is a 2U high enclosure.
High rackmount chassis with range of rugged features
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies, is now offering a 2U high rackmount MicroTCA chassis holding a versatile range of AdvancedMCs. The 2U MicroTCA chassis comes with one MCH (MicroTCA Carrier Hub) slot and seven AdvancedMCs (AMCs) standard. The backplane supports 40GbE and PCIe Gen3 speed signals.
Thick rugged faceplates for embedded boards
Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, has released new OpenVPX faceplates for rugged applications. The new 6U OpenVPX panels feature an extra thick extrusion, providing both rigidity and the ability to attach helicoils on the faceplate.
New configurations of 6U open VPX backplanes offered by Pixus
Pixus Technologies has released new OpenVPX backplanes for 6U applications. The designs include a 9-slot, 6-slot power and ground, 5-slot, and a 1-slot development backplane. The 5-slot 6U OpenVPX backplane from Pixus has a BKP6-CEN05-11.2.5 profile. It features PCIe Gen3 speed performance.
Pixus Offers VITA 67 Backplanes for RF over OpenVPX
Pixus Technologies has developed a new line of 3U and 6U OpenVPX backplanes with provisions for RF cabling per VITA 67. The backplanes come in various sizes and slot configuration options.
Compact OpenVPX backplane for small Mil/Aero applications
It has been announced by Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, that they now offer a 3U, three slot OpenVPX backplane for small Mil/Aero and other applications where size, weight, and power is at a premium.
OpenVPX backplane designed for pluggable power supply
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies has released a new OpenVPX backplane with 1 VPX slot and 1 VITA 62 slot for a pluggable power supply.
Range of ventilated panels for instrumentation cases
Pixus Technologies has several sizes for its ventilated panels for electronics enclosures. The panels fit the company’s modular Rittal Vario and RiCase aluminum cases. The ventilation panels allow airflow in Pixus’ instrumentation cases. Customers can mix-and-match ventilated and non-ventilated panels on the front or rear of the enclosure. The panels come in 84HP and 42HP size for 19” and 9.5” enclosures respectively....
Backplane features high grade laminate material
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies has released a new 3U OpenVPX high speed backplane in the 6-slot size.
Solder-side protective covers designed for PCBs
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies, now offers protective solder-side covers for 3U and 6U Eurocard PCBs. The covers come in version that mount to OpenVPX, CompactPCI, and VME/64x boards.
High insertion force ejector handle for OpenVPX boards
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies, now offers an ejector/injector handle for very high insertion force systems. The long ergonomic handle is suitable for 6U OpenVPX applications. The Pixus high insertion force Type VII design can handle up to 815N of pressure and features a die-cast zinc all-metal design. It can be used on standard panels or with an 1/2 HP offset for OpenVPX systems.
Development embedded platform features removable sidewalls
Pixus Technologies now offers a development enclosure for 3, 6U, or custom sized boards with sidewalls that can be removed. This feature allows a system to be enclosed for thermal testing and the walls to be taken out for ease of access to boards inside the chassis.
Range of hard-to-find enclosure components available
Provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, Pixus Technologies, offers specialty extruded rails and other components for electronic enclosure subracks. The Pixus subrack components include front, rear and centre rails for the modular attachment of card guides or DIN-type connectors in all types of configurations.