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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Aug 20, 2010

Schroff has expanded its Multipacpro range of 19in chassis with the addition of a model that is suitable for applications such as audio equipment and test-and-measurement instrumentation.

The chassis provides a lightweight, sturdy housing for either PCBs or non-standard components.

Schroff has expanded its Multipac pro range of 19in chassis with the addition of a model that is made entirely from aluminium piece-parts

Schroff has expanded its Multipac pro range of 19in chassis with the addition of a model that is made entirely from aluminium piece-parts

It features high-stability side profiles and is available in 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U and 5U heights, with external dimensions in accordance with IEC 60297-3-100, -101 and -105.

Top covers and base plates can be specified as plain, perforated or with machined holes for mounting EN 60603 (DIN 41612) connectors or insulated backplanes.

The rear panel is detachable to allow easy machining.

In addition, Schroff's Serviceplus modification service enables the chassis to be customised to suit individual requirements for drilling, cut-outs and screen printing.

The standard chassis achieves an EMC shielding level of 30dB(A) at 1GHz, while for higher-performance applications, an EMC gasketing kit is available.

Other optional accessories include front handles, guide rails and telescopic slides.

The Multipacpro chassis can be supplied in kit form from stock or fully assembled by technicians in seven working days.

With modifications, fully assembled units can be despatched in 10 working days.

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