Higher resolution VFF drawing?


Maxwell, William
 

I hope this is the right place to ask a question, I am new to the groups.io page. I am interested in a higher resolution drawing spec of the VFF DC-SCM in order to properly place the standard PCIe bracket. The images on Page 13 of the spec have very poor resolution and it’s hard to interpret the edges being measure. Can someone provide an easier to read drawing or a VFF CAD model with PCIe bracket?


Lior Elbaz
 

Hi William,

Pls note DC-SCM use SFF-TA-1002 type connector and not PCIe.

Check https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Hardware_Management/Hardware_Management_Module

 

 

 

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Subject: [OCP-DC-SCM] Higher resolution VFF drawing?

 

I hope this is the right place to ask a question, I am new to the groups.io page. I am interested in a higher resolution drawing spec of the VFF DC-SCM in order to properly place the standard PCIe bracket. The images on Page 13 of the spec have very poor resolution and it’s hard to interpret the edges being measure. Can someone provide an easier to read drawing or a VFF CAD model with PCIe bracket?


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Lior Albaz.

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Maxwell, William
 

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Lior,

 

Thank you for your response. I am referring to the sheet metal bracket, not the board connector. In the spec, the part is referenced as “Full Height SCM Bracket T = 0.8”. This is the part that I would like more information on, ideally a CAD model. Can this be a standard sheet metal PCIe bracket? Is there another standard shaped bracket being used?

 

It’s very difficult to determine what these measurements are referring to. 0.63mm is the distance between the top of the PCB and what? 3.3mm is the distance between the bracket edge and…what?

 

 

 

Thanks,

Will

 

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Hi William,

Pls note DC-SCM use SFF-TA-1002 type connector and not PCIe.

Check https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Hardware_Management/Hardware_Management_Module

 

 

 

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Subject: [OCP-DC-SCM] Higher resolution VFF drawing?

 

I hope this is the right place to ask a question, I am new to the groups.io page. I am interested in a higher resolution drawing spec of the VFF DC-SCM in order to properly place the standard PCIe bracket. The images on Page 13 of the spec have very poor resolution and it’s hard to interpret the edges being measure. Can someone provide an easier to read drawing or a VFF CAD model with PCIe bracket?


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Thanks,

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Email: Lior.Albaz@...

 


Lior Elbaz
 

Hi William,

Got you. Unfortunately I don’t have this info. Maybe someone else in the forum does.  

 

Regards,

Lior.

 

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Lior,

 

Thank you for your response. I am referring to the sheet metal bracket, not the board connector. In the spec, the part is referenced as “Full Height SCM Bracket T = 0.8”. This is the part that I would like more information on, ideally a CAD model. Can this be a standard sheet metal PCIe bracket? Is there another standard shaped bracket being used?

 

It’s very difficult to determine what these measurements are referring to. 0.63mm is the distance between the top of the PCB and what? 3.3mm is the distance between the bracket edge and…what?

 

 

 

Thanks,

Will

 

From: OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io On Behalf Of Lior Elbaz via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 7:20 AM
To: OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OCP-DC-SCM] Higher resolution VFF drawing?

 

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Hi William,

Pls note DC-SCM use SFF-TA-1002 type connector and not PCIe.

Check https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Hardware_Management/Hardware_Management_Module

 

 

 

From: OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Maxwell, William via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2021 22:12
To: OCP-DC-SCM@OCP-All.groups.io
Subject: [OCP-DC-SCM] Higher resolution VFF drawing?

 

I hope this is the right place to ask a question, I am new to the groups.io page. I am interested in a higher resolution drawing spec of the VFF DC-SCM in order to properly place the standard PCIe bracket. The images on Page 13 of the spec have very poor resolution and it’s hard to interpret the edges being measure. Can someone provide an easier to read drawing or a VFF CAD model with PCIe bracket?


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Thanks,

Lior Albaz.

Hardware Application Eng.

Email: Lior.Albaz@...

 


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Thanks,

Lior Albaz.

Hardware Application Eng.

Email: Lior.Albaz@...