Subrack- RFI Shielded

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  • Subrack RFI Shielded

    The system dimensions of the RFI- SHIELDED subrack are based on those of the FLEXIBLE subrack as a logical further development to produce the perfectly shielded subrack. This allows unrestricted use of the extensive and complete range of accessories.

    The special design features of the RFISHIELDED subrack:
    The refined RFI shielding concept enables high shielding
      effectiveness.
    The stable stainless steel contact springs ensure
       permanent and reliable bonding, even after a large
       number of  plug-in cycles.
    The perforated RFI cover plates guarantee optimal
      air flow for improved heat dissipation.
    The use of high-quality, seawater-resistant aluminum
      alloys and  stainless steel materials removes, for the
      most part, the need for unnecessary, environmentally
      harmful surface treatment.

    THERE ARE 3 VERSIONS OF THIS SUBRACK
    1. Subrack RFI-SHIELDED
         The standard RFI-shielded version.
    2. Subrack RFI-SHIELDED IEEE
         The front is in accordance with IEEE 1101.10. The special profile rail is designed for the use of inser tion and removal handles
        (optionally with a hot swap function) for overcoming high insertion and removal resistance.  The card guides are fitted with
        mechanical coding systems and special bonding for electrostatic discharge.
    3. Subrack RFI-SHIELDED IEEE / Rear I/O
        The front and the rear are in accordance with IEEE 1101.10/11. This enables insertion and removal of modules with a front
        panel from both the front and the rear of the subrack.

  • Subrack RFI Shielded IEEE

    The front is in accordance with IEEE 1101.10.

    The special profile rail is designed for the use of insertion and removal handles
    (optionally with a hot-swap function)
    for overcoming high insertion and removal resistance.

  • Subrack RFI-SHIELDED Rear I/O

    The front and the rear are in accordance with IEEE 1101.10/11.


    This enables insertion and removal of modules with a front
    panel from both the front and the rear of the subrack.

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