Schroff, a maker of electronics enclosures, now offers a full range of customizable shock- and vibration-resistant seismic Zone 4 cabinets. Made from a cold roll steel frame with reinforced structural steel corner angles, these Tecnorack cabinets target heavy-duty, indoor applications in the telecom, security, and defense industries. In accordance with NEBS Zone 4 and GR-63-CORE, the cabinets have been tested with a static load of 2,000 lbs in three axes. Dynamic load-carrying capability is 1,600 lbs. Available in heights from 15U to 47U, widths up to 1,200 mm, and depths up to 1,000 mm, the new Tecnorack Series can be configured to customer specifications. For more info, visit http://rbi.ims.ca/3855-563.
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