Electronic enclosures for printed circuit boards that shield against electromagnetic interference (EMI) introduced by Elma

FREMONT, Calif., 23 May 2010. Elma Electronic Inc in Fremont, Calif., is introducing an enhanced version of its Type 32 electronic enclosure with advanced EMI shielding.

May 23rd, 2010
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FREMONT, Calif., 23 May 2010. Elma Electronic Inc in Fremont, Calif., is introducing an enhanced version of its Type 32 electronic enclosure with advanced EMI shielding.

The Type 32 Enhanced has gasket spoons stamped into the aluminum along the frame to provide electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) shielding. The covers are folded in a rounded design that also helps contain electromagnetic interference (EMI).

The design of the extrusions allows printed circuit board or other component mounting directly.

The Type 32 line of cases comes in 2U to 4U heights standard with various widths and depths. Customization is available. Other features include stylized rubber feet for desktop applications, optional carry handles, and other accessories.

The aesthetic bezel conceals the front assembly screws. For more information contact Elma online at www.elma.com.

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