Aluminium instrument cases accept Eurocard PCBs

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Mar 23, 2010

Vero Technologies has introduced three styles of extruded-aluminium instrument cases, designed to accept three-quarter and full-width Eurocard PCBs.

Circuit boards are mounted horizontally into multi-position internal slots in the body of the case, which has a black anodised finish for good resistance to wear and tear, and improved heat dissipation.

The smaller three-quarter-width E003 range is 40mm in height and will accept a 75mm-wide PCB into four PCB slot positions.

The larger E005 and E006 are 61mm high and will take standard 100mm-wide Eurocards into eight PCB slot positions.

The external surface of the enclosure incorporates a series of ribbed fins to aid heat dissipation and T slots are provided on both sides and the base to enable the units to be securely attached to other equipment if required.

For enhanced access, the E006 full-width units have a removable aluminium top cover.

All sizes are supplied with two flat aluminium end panels.

Each of the three ranges is available in lengths of 100, 125, 165, 200, 225 and 285mm as standard, with other lengths available to order.

Alternative finishes to the standard black anodised can be specified and all sizes can be factory machined with holes, slots, cut-outs and apertures in the body and end panel to meet specific customer requirements.

An optional neoprene gasket sealing kit gives protection to IP65, if required.

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