Definitions for "Mother Board"
The heart of the alarm interface/isolation bay design consisting of diode sets, relays, terminal strips and lamps which are housed in a framework intended to be located in the power board line.
A printed board on which one or more printed board assemblies may be assembled and connected.
Also called a Back Plane. A relatively large Printed Circuit Board on which modules, connectors, subassemblies or other Printed Circuit Boards are mounted and interconnections made by means of traces on the board.
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