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Enclosures New 40G AdvancedTCA Backplane from Pixus Technologies Boost Density and Bandwidth Pixus Technologies is offering 40G AdvancedTCA (ATCA) backplanes in the six slot and 14-slot sizes. The 40G ATCA backplanes from Pixus Technologies are designed to PICMG 3.0 Rev 3.0 specifications. The six slot version features dual pluggable shelf manager/switch connections. By combining the shelf managers and switches, users get a full six payload slots versus four payload slots when switches occupy two board slots. The result is the user gets 50 percent more computing density in addition to a 400 percent increase of data rates from previous 10G AdvancedTCA shelves. Pixus Technologies’ 14-slot 40G backplane comes with pluggable PEM (power entry module) options. Slot 0 of the backplane allows dual shelf managers to be plugged into the chassis without taking up any of the 14 slots. The 40G ATCA backplanes feature 18-22 layers in FR-4, Nelco4000-13SI, or other laminates. Pixus also offers 10G ATCA backplanes for both vertical-mount and horizontal-mount shelves. New DVR Enclosure with Prepackaged Thermoelectric Cooler EIC Solutions, Inc. has expanded its Protector series line of prepackaged electronic enclosures with thermoelectric air conditioners. The prepackaged DVR cooler cabinet is available in wall or pole-mount models. The steel enclosure protects electronic gear from environmental hazards, theft and vandalism. At the same time the integrated cooling unit keeps the temperature inside the cabinet at safe levels for sensitive electronics and gear. The DVR Cooler also integrates a drop-in DVR rackmount bracket that allows 19-inch rack-mountable DVRs to fit into a standard wall-mount enclosure. “To create the Protector series prepackaged line, we selected popular sizes of enclosures and then integrated each with an optimally sized cooling unit, sized for peak performance and efficiency,” said Josh Liegel, EIC senior sales engineer. The wall/pole-mount air conditioned DVR Cooler enclosures come in four sizes: 24 by 24, 30 by 24, 36 by 30, 48 by 30 inches. Each size may be used with the 4U DVR rack-mount bracket. Many more sizes are available in the wall-mount, workstation and rackmount lines. The EIC enclosures may be fitted with a 200, 400, 800 or 1,500 BTU thermoelectric air conditioner. Thermoelectric cooling units do not use a compressor, refrigerant or filters, and there are no moving parts (other than fans) that makes the units virtually maintenance free. The air conditioning units are mounted to the enclosures in either flush- or through-mount styles to meet varying installation and application requirements. The DVR Cooler enclosure is for indoor or outdoor use and is built to NEMA standards, available in NEMA 4 configurations. The enclosures are weather tight and feature rugged, powder coated steel construction. EIC enclosures protect contents from environmental factors such as dust, wind, water, oils, heat, cold and vibra18 tion. Prepackaged units are shipped complete with no assembly required and may also be equipped with a heater for complete control over cabinet interior temperatures. EIC prepackaged electronic enclosures with thermoelectric air conditioners are available in either 120 V AC or 220 V AC modes and operate in temperatures of up to 140°F. A variety of options exist for the DVR Cooler including heating capability, rain shrouds, digital temperature controllers and tamper resistant packages. The enclosure may be fitted with mounting feet, “drop-in” rack mount brackets, insulation or a polycarbonate view window. Adalet Introduces the Next Generation Stainless Steel Housing Adalet has made an addition to its line of explosion proof instrument housings. The XIHNS next generation stainless steel, explosion proof instrument housing features an updated design and various features, options and approvals. The 316L investment cast, stainless steel housing is well suited for rugged or explosion proof applications where severe corrosion exists. The contour design provides an updated look for OEM applications housing sensitive instrumentation such as measurement devices, transmitters, multi-level circuit boards, or wide-angle readouts and displays. With a large bored throat opening of 4.0625 inch, the XIHNS housing offers the largest opening and internal volume in the industry, which can accommodate a wide variety of OEM instruments and devices. Two solid cover and two glass cover options are available to accommodate various depth instruments. The glass cover offers a viewing window of 3.31 inches and features a low profile/ tab free retaining ring for maximum instrument clearance. The instrument housing includes features not available on other models. A removable, internal mounting pan allows installation of devices. The XIHNS provides an option of up to six conduit entries. Three ¾ inch NPT conduit entries are standard. Two cast-on mounting tabs, centered, with an optional third tab for heavy vibration applications. A generous front boss allows for optional mounting bracket holes or a larger conduit entry (up to 1 inch NPT). The XIHNS carries global approvals which include UL, cUL, ATEX and IECEx certifications. New Enclosure Released by New Age Enclosure New Age Enclosures has released a sleek enclosure called the Network Cube. Identified as part number S-202010, the compact design measures 2.0 inches in length, 2.0 inches in width and 1.0 inches in height. The term Network Cube was chosen as its size is a fit with coaxial plugs, Ethernet interface and as an RF interface node. Internally it accommodates a 1.80 inch wide by 1.80 inch long PCB. The enclosures are now in stock in white and black RoHS compliant ABS plastic. For customization they may be ordered in custom colors, in clear polycarbonate, with CNC modifications, and pad print decorating. July/August 2013 www.ElectronicsProtectionMagazine.com http://www.ElectronicsProtectionMagazine.com

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Electronics Protection - July/August 2013
Newer Technology Releases Next-Generation Power2U AC/USB In Wall Charging Solution
Subzero Engineering Introduces PolarXpress DCiM SaaS Monitoring Solution
Specifiers of Enclosures for Components in Outdoor Applications: Be Aware of Material Selection Issues
Formable Phase Change Materials as Latent Heat Sinks for Portable Electronic Devices
How to Protect Electronic Circuits from Power Surges
Diamond Heat-Spreaders: Growth Methods and Applications
Standards-Based Design & Electronic Packaging Solutions
Reducing Room-Level Bypass Airflow Creates Opportunities to Improve Cooling Capacity and Operating Costs
Harnessing Laboratory Wind Tunnels
New DVR Enclosure with Prepackaged Thermoelectric Cooler
New Silver Conductive Aqueous Based Sodium Silicate System for EMI/RFI Shielding
Citizen and MechaTronix LED Cooling Cooperate On New Generation CitiLED COB’s
Eaton Expands 5P UPS Product Line to Provide Efficient Protection for Any IT Environment
Flex-Block System Puts Free-Standing Enclosures on New Footing
Gore Introduces Acoustic Vent for Protecting Electronic Devices
Industry News
Calendar of Events

Electronics Protection - July/August 2013