Wednesday, May 19, 2010

New case for customer flexibility

Rittal have extended their desk-top series of instrument cases, the Ripac Vario-Module, with the addition of a basic, non-EMC, cost effective range. The complete range has also been re-packaged to increase customer options, provide greater flexibility and increase adaptability in application.

Housings for the Vario-Module are now supplied as either basic or EMC frames for standard and double Euroboards, to which a choice of plain or ventilated top and bottom covers can be added in a “pick and mix” fashion according to the application. A mounting plate is also now available to avoid perforating the bottom cover when mounting heavy or awkward components.

These cases may be completed as desk top, rack-mount or tower units with the dimensions conforming to IEC 60 297-3-101, the subrack standard. Internal fittings are standard parts from the Ripac subrack range and may be configured to hold VME, CompactPCI or other backplane systems. The cases are available in 42, 63 and 84HP and 2U through to 7U heights, and are finished in RAL 7035 paint.

For portability and instrumentation applications, various accessories may be fitted, including handles, feet and acrylic doors. Rittal Vario-Module cases are available in a variety of widths, heights and depths.

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