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ice:oem_integration [2014/07/22 13:18]
jtshugrue [Board Connections]
ice:oem_integration [2014/07/30 18:37] (current)
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 ==== Board Connections ==== ==== Board Connections ====
 Each ICE daughter module exposes analog interfaces on the side opposite to the copper heatsink tabs. Each module'​s circuit board may use a mixture of the connectors described in this section. Each connector and an associated part number shown below such that the OEM integrator my chose a suitable mating connector for their system. Consult the product pages for each ICE module to determine the type, position, and function of any connectors used. See the respective product pages for each OEM board for a diagram of the positioning of any connectors. Each ICE daughter module exposes analog interfaces on the side opposite to the copper heatsink tabs. Each module'​s circuit board may use a mixture of the connectors described in this section. Each connector and an associated part number shown below such that the OEM integrator my chose a suitable mating connector for their system. Consult the product pages for each ICE module to determine the type, position, and function of any connectors used. See the respective product pages for each OEM board for a diagram of the positioning of any connectors.
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 +For all ICE daughter modules, the circuit boards are designed such that all I/O connectors will be on a single side, and the copper heatsinking tabs will be on the opposite side. The master controller (ICE-MC1) also follows this convention, with the exception being the serial port flat flex connector.
  
 === Ultra-Miniature Coax Connector (UMCC) === === Ultra-Miniature Coax Connector (UMCC) ===
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