Rack cabinet enclosure targets broadcast, data center applications
Optima EPS, an Elma Company, has introduced a new rack with several features geared toward the broadcast and server application environments.
Lawrenceville, GA, - Optima EPS, an Elma Company, a designer and manufacturer of cabinet enclosures, has introduced a new rack with several features geared toward the broadcast and server application environments.
Elma's new IT cabinet features an extrusion-based modular design, advanced cable management, and convex perforated doors. With a modular design, Optima says the rack is easy to customize to a customer's specific requirements, saving time and costs. Geared for cable-intensive applications, the cabinet has several cable managers, brackets, D-rings, Velcro straps, bundle retainers, and more.
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Other options include cable spacers, fiber optic cable manager, and a brush cable manager which allow cables through but contain airflow for thermal management. The shape of the front and rear doors are convex to accommodate extra space for cabling. The unit also has top front and top rear cable access panels.
Other features of the cabinet include integrated ground points and independent removable sides, panels, and doors. Multiple EIA-310 standard mounting rail options are available, including to IEC 60297-2. There are also options for incorporating thermal management and power conditioning. A range of accessories, powder paint colors, and custom options are available. The company also offers rack enclosures for various applications, desktop cabinets, and desk consoles.
Pricing for the broadcast cabinet depends on size, volume, and configuration. For more information, visit www.optimaeps.com.