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European printed circuit board (PCB) cards can be connected in a standard chassis, which can then be installed in a 19-inch rack, using the Eurocard standard format.
The cards are fitted into the chassis’s top and bottom rows of slotted card guides so they can stand on end like books on a shelf. Each card has one or more connectors at the spine that link to corresponding connectors on a backplane that covers the chassis’ rear.
The Global Eurocard connectors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The DIN standards for electrical connectors serve as the foundation for DIN 41 612 PCB connectors, often known as VME connectors or Eurocard connectors.
Electrical connectors having two or three rows of contacts, 16 or 32 columns per row, and 0.1″ contact spacing are permitted per the standard (2.54mm).
Although the use cases for DIN 41612 connections have grown over the years to encompass any application that requires a strong and dependable board-level connector, VME Bus systems continue to be the most prevalent application for these connectors.
It is a strong and trustworthy connecting solution. A wide range of applications are suitable for its broad offering. Available variations include DIN Power, DIN Signal, and DIN Mixed.
There are variations of the DIN Signal that are full length (up to 96 connections), half length, and one third length. both in the normal and reverse configuration. Options for selective loading, such as first mate last break connections.
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