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Non-standardised PCBs get EMI protection

11 Mar 2014  | Julien Happich

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The Schroff Interscale M range of cases offers EM interference protection and includes units for small and non-standardised PCBs.

The IP 30 protected cases consist of just four parts that can be easily assembled and dismantled with two screws. A total of 21 case sizes are available direct from stock. EM interference protection is provided by the interlocking case walls and offers some 20dB at up to 2GHz. A wide range of standard accessories such as flexible board fixing, various add-on feet, a range of fans and fixing elements, allows the user to integrate their electronics quickly and simply.

Removable front and rear elements give easy access to the electronics. The Schroff Interscale M case can be customised with specific case colour, cut-outs and printing on the front and rear panels. Further services include pre-fitting of all components, heat simulation using Flowtherm or a wind-tunnel test.




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