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The larger mainframes in the [[TM500]] series usually have one compartment that can take high-power plugins.
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The [[TM504]], [[TM506]] and [[TM5006]] each have one compartment that can take high-power plugins.
  
 
A metal cover to the left of the backplane connector pushes a switch in the rear of a high-power plugin in that compartment.
 
A metal cover to the left of the backplane connector pushes a switch in the rear of a high-power plugin in that compartment.
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Tm506-hipwr.jpg    | [[TM506]] mainframe.  Only the rightmost compartment can take high-power plugins.
 
Tm506-hipwr.jpg    | [[TM506]] mainframe.  Only the rightmost compartment can take high-power plugins.
PS503A-rear-sw.jpg  | Switch S95 in rear of [[PS503]] (detects high power compartment)
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PS503A-rear-sw.jpg  | Switch S95 in rear of [[PS503A]] (detects high power compartment)
 
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[[Category:TM500/TM5000 system]]
 
[[Category:TM500/TM5000 system]]

Latest revision as of 03:57, 8 October 2019

The TM504, TM506 and TM5006 each have one compartment that can take high-power plugins.

A metal cover to the left of the backplane connector pushes a switch in the rear of a high-power plugin in that compartment. In the other, low-power compartments, a hole in the cover prevents this. Smaller mainframes like the TM503 may have no such covers at all.