Small-form-factor embedded computing enclosures for communications and industrial offered by Pentair
WARWICK, R.I., 27 May 2014. 2014 Pentair Ltd. in Warwick, R.I., is introducing the Schroff Interscale M range of enclosures for small-form-factor printed circuit boards in communications, transportation, medical, and industrial applications.
Schroff Interscale M embedded computing enclosures provide a flexible platform for protecting small-form-factor electronics, including single-board computers, computer-on-module (COM), nanoETXexpress, Mini-ITX, and Nano-ITX.
Users may configure the enclosures to range from 5.25-inch designs to standard 19-inch racks. Users can order standard or modified versions.
The case can be assembled or dismantled with two screws. Interlocking case walls provide EMC protection higher than 20 dB in the range of 30 MHz to 2 GHz. Accessories include flexible board stand offs, plug-in feet, fans, and mounting components.
The enclosures are available in 21 different case sizes with solid side panels and from 19 sizes with perforated design options for cooling and cooling fan capabilities. The versions with solid side panels offer protection to IP 30.
Modifications such as color, cut-outs and printing on front and rear panels are available. Pentair will modify to customer requirements from a single prototype unit to large production runs.
For more information contact Pentair online at www.schroff.biz.
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