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(Backside of the I/O crate of NORD-10 snr 619. Colored cables connecting the I/O rack with the surrounding devices and the CPU and thick white and black are power. The backplane is split in two parts with the bus bridged with white cables soldered in pl...)
 
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== Summary ==
Backside of the I/O crate of NORD-10 snr 619. Colored cables connecting the I/O rack with the surrounding devices and the CPU and thick white and black are power. The backplane is split in two parts with the bus bridged with white cables soldered in place.
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Backside of the I/O crate of NORD-10 snr 619. Colored cables connecting the I/O rack with the surrounding devices and the CPU and thick white and black are power. The backplane is split in two parts with the bus bridged with white cables attached via connectors, the power is bridged with the black and green cables, also in connectors.
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Backside of the I/O crate of NORD-10 snr 619. Colored cables connecting the I/O rack with the surrounding devices and the CPU and thick white and black are power. The backplane is split in two parts with the bus bridged with white cables attached via connectors, the power is bridged with the black and green cables, also in connectors.

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