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The signal definition of this connector is compatible with all the PC/104, ISAbus and Eurocard front-end and A/D-boards. Input sensor signals are connected to the USF4 by either a spring loaded discrete wire connector of with a 50-pin flat ribbon cable header connector. Use this type of interface connector with a TB50 screw terminal block. Please consult the factory for more details on different connector options.
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