Rugged broadcast electronics rack with a modular frame introduced by Optima Stantron

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., 20 May 2015. Optima Stantron in Lawrenceville, Ga., is introducing a broadcast electronics rack with a modular frame for military, aerospace, and industrial applications. The 12-gauge steel frame operates in demanding pre- to post-production applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., 20 May 2015. Optima Stantron in Lawrenceville, Ga., is introducing a broadcast electronics rack with a modular frame for military, aerospace, and industrial applications. The 12-gauge steel frame operates in demanding pre- to post-production applications.

The 12-gauge steel modular welded frame rackmount enclosure comes in standard widths of 22, 24, 27 and 29 inches, depths of 36, 42 or 48 inches, and heights from 35U to 48U, with custom sizes available. Various door perforation shapes and sizes can be configured to meet application airflow requirements.

With front recesses as large as 7 inches and short side panel options available, the rack accommodates a hot and cold aisle air flow configuration without additional accessories.

The enclosure offers an electrostatically applied powder coating, available in several colors, that is thermally set to a hard, durable finish. Custom color matching also is available.

The rack has removable dual side panels that come with or without a lock as well as lift-off doors with hinges that lock into place when the door closes.

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The rack can be outfitted with ladder racks, lacing panels, and split-EIA rails. A hidden screw can bolt the unit down, and it can be rated for Zone 4/seismic compliance to protect against earthquakes.

For more information contact Optima Stantron online at www.optimastantron.com.

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