Rugged electronic enclosures for military, transport, and industrial uses introduced by Pentair

WARWICK, R.I., 2 Nov. 2015. Pentair plc in Warwick, R.I., is introducing rugged Schroff electronic enclosures for shock and vibration requirements between 5 and 25 Gs for military, transport, railway, industrial, and power applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

WARWICK, R.I., 2 Nov. 2015. Pentair plc in Warwick, R.I., is introducing rugged Schroff electronic enclosures for shock and vibration requirements between 5 and 25 Gs for military, transport, railway, industrial, and power applications.

Pentair's Schroff branded enclosures for embedded computing and other electronic components is compliant with MIL 167, MIL 810G, MIL 901D, and IEC 61587-2 (degree of severity DL3) for use in defense technology and applications.

Furthermore, the enclosures are certified to European standards IEC 61587-2 and EN 50155 Part 12.2.11, NFF 67012 and NFF 60002 for French railways, as well as BN 411002 and BN 411003 for the German rail system.

Pentair enclosures for enhanced shock and vibration requirements feature self-locking assembly screws, special rounded corners and edges, and an additional top cover lock for access protection and added safety and sound insulation. The enclosures can be equipped with guide rails for conduction-cooled assemblies.

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Pentair offers EMC and temperature textile gaskets that compared to stainless-steel gaskets, textile gaskets are cheaper and easier to use.

The 3D CAD data for the enclosures can be downloaded from the TraceParts online platform free of charge. Customers are able to access 32 different native CAD data formats, which can then be used directly in their own CAD application.

For more information contact Pentair online at www.pentairprotect.com.

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