Electronic Cabinet Meets EMC Directive

Feb. 1, 2003
A new shielded enclosure meets the new European Union EMC Directive. Based on the company’s standard FCC/VDE line, this enclosure includes metallizing and EMI gaskets to meet the directives’ provisions limiting emissions and interference

A new shielded enclosure meets the new European Union EMC Directive. Based on the company’s standard FCC/VDE line, this enclosure includes metallizing and EMI gaskets to meet the directives’ provisions limiting emissions and interference from outside sources. Built with cold rolled steel, the cabinet can hold more than 3,000 lb. of equipment and meets military standard S10D for shock and vibration and 901 for shock. The cabinet can be reinforced to meet specifications for earthquake resistance through Zone 4. Sizes include in 19", 24" and 30" panel widths, with 17", 24", 29" and 36" overall depths and 10 heights in both vertical and sloped front consoles. EQUIPTO ELECTRONICS CORP., Aurora, IL. (800) 204-7225.

Company: EQUIPTO ELECTRONICS CORP.

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