Electronics Protection - June/July 2012 - (Page 18)

Enclosures New 52U Server Enclosure Added To Rittal Product Lineup Rittal Corp.’s has release a new server enclosure is based on its PS design. It’s engineered to be attractive, strong and functional. The 52U is taller than most similar enclosures, offering stability and capacity to make it suitable in both a stand-alone and multi-unit configuration. The Rittal steel frame provides both strength and rigidity. It’s a torsion-free structure with a variety of internal points for securing hardware and accessories. The enclosure comes equipped with a single perforated front door and split rear doors and has a capacity of 3,000 pounds. Doors can be removed and reversed and split sidewalls can be locked in place. The unit’s maximum perforated area also meets or exceeds server manufacturers’ airflow specifications and these units provide for smooth airflow and efficient heat dissipation. The 52U is available in both 42- and 48-inch depth and 96inch height. Widths available include 24, 28 and 32 inches. The enclosure is available in both sand texture black and light grey (RAL 7035). The 52U enclosure adapts to a variety of applications including housing server, storage and network components. It’s well suited for data centers, MDC/IDC, wiring closets, offices or co-location and application environments. manager functionality provides a full six payload slots for a 50 percent increase in the computing density. The PXS0600 features a push-pull cooling configuration for added thermal management. All of the field replaceable units (FRUs) are hot-swappable, including the cooling units, washable filters, power entry modules (PEMs), shelf managers and AC power supplies. With 3x AC power supplies in an N+1 configuration, the chassis offers both AC and DC options. In fact, the AC and DC power can be running at the same time for swapping modules in the field, such as a base of operations in military applications. A 5U chassis with DC-only power is also available. The six-slot ATCA backplane offers a full mesh configuration. The shelf manager offers the unique integration of 10GbE and 1GbE layer two managed switch on the same module. With two shelf managers in the system there is a full redundancy and failover, both on the switch as well as on the shelf manager. Canyonwest Cases Releases SKB Waterproof Case SKB has introduced its new 3i-222212 injection molded case for military and industrial applications. The 3i-222212 case measures 22.5 by 22.5 by 12.5 inches ID (inside dimensions) and is available in two stock configurations: foam filled (3i-2222-12B-C) and empty (3i-2222-12B-E). Case is interchangeable with the Storm iM2875. The entire SKB 3i series cases are available in twenty-four sizes, with inside dimensions ranging from 9.25 by 7 by 4 inches to 50.5 by 14.5 by 6 inches. Cases are waterproof, dustproof and crushproof. They also have an automatic purge valve and unconditional lifetime guarantee. Interior options include foam filled, adjustable dividers and custom foam. Some sizes are equipped with wheels and retractable pull-handle. SKB 3i series waterproof sases meet a variety of military specifications including MIL-C-4150J, MIL-STD-648C and MIL-STD-810F. Cases are also Air Transport Association compliant. AFL Launches New Optical Splicing and Distribution Enclosure AFL has launched a new NEMA-4 rated optical splicing and distribution enclosure for organizing, splicing and interconnecting fibers. The LightLink 320 optical enclosures feature a stainless steel welded construction for maximum protection and fully gasketed cover. Two 0.5 inch CableGrip port fillings seal the cables entering the enclosure and allow for express and pre-terminated cable installation. With routing rings for fiber management and an eight-position compression-type ground bar, the enclosure is well suited for broadband, distribution and building entrance applications. TRTL BOT Unveils KidSafe Case for iPhone 4 And 4S Pixus Technologies Offers AdvancedTCA Chassis Offering 50 Percent More Computing Density Pixus Technologies has introduced a new 6U AdvancedTCA (ATCA) SlotSaver Shelf that gains two slots of payload card usage, along with AC power. The density, full redundancy and versatile power configuration is well suited for telecom, military/aerospace and high-end networking/computing applications. The 6U ATCA SlotSaver PXS0600 chassis features shelf managers that employ dual redundant switch functionality. An AdvancedTCA horizontal chassis would typically have to dedicate two slots for redundant switch cards, thus offering only four payload slots. With the Pixus Technologies PXS0600, the combined switch/shelf TRTL BOT has unveiled KidSafe, a reversible iPhone 4/4S case designed to protect it from damage while ensuring that apps and settings are inaccessible to children. Designed for families with young children, the KidSafe features a proprietary home button protective cover that prevents unwanted or mistaken access to the home screen, blocking the ability to access apps or settings. Designed with protection in mind, the KidSafe features slightly raised corners, allowing it to protect against everyday drops or scratches. “The two-in-one double-sided case can be used for everyday activities, and then flipped for extra protection when given to children,” said Peter Gloria, president, TRTL BOT. “With the KidSafe, parents will no longer need to worry about children mistakenly exiting an app, deleting contacts or making unwanted calls.” 18 June/July 2012 www.ElectronicsProtectionMagazine.com http://www.ElectronicsProtectionMagazine.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Electronics Protection - June/July 2012

Electronics Protection - June/July 2012
FLIR T-series Cameras Introduce Thermal Image Enhancement Technology
Renewable Raw Materials - The Future of Plastic Enclosures
Global Electronic Enclosure Resins and Markets
Ferrite Testing Reveals Significant Performance Variations
Packaging Solutions for Critical Electronics Protection in Challenging Environments
Fluid Submersion Technology for Green Data Center Cooling
TRTL BOT Unveils KidSafe Case for iPhone 4 and 4S
Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solution Releases New D2D ATR 3U OpenVPX Chassis
Stulz Introduces CyberRow Data Center Cooling Solution
Abbott Technologies Offers New Sealed Power Supply
New Engineered Multi-Cavity Shielding Solution
Gore Enhances Product Performance with new of Screw-in Vents
Industry News
Calendar of Events

Electronics Protection - June/July 2012