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Couldn't Understand a thing

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absf

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I think this is a card extender for repairing euro-size card like the ones attached...

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Except the cards that we use have female plugs at the back but the card extender accepts male plugs.

Allen
 
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JonSea

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It's a breakout board. Cables plugged into the center connector are broken out to terminal blocks on each side. The "handle" is for supporting the cable coming into the breakout board.

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JimB

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The upright sections are card guides to support a "6H high" Eurocard, which plugs into the two DIN41612 connectors (the grey connectors in the middle).
The two outer rows of each connector are connected to the two sets of terminal blocks at each side of the DIN41612 connector.

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dr pepper

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I've seen those a lot in industrial controls, they seem popular for electronic hydraulic valve controls.
 
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