Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services


Aluminium desk cases

29 August 2001 Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

OKW's uniMET aluminium desktop case range is ideal for housing test and measurement devices, communications equipment, machine controllers, network peripherals and medical technology.

Four standard sizes are offered: 50x230x190 mm, 85x230x190 mm, 85x250x260mm and 120x350x260 mm. Three of these can be supplied with a robust and pleasant-looking carry handle, that can be indexed at 30° intervals. uniMET's modern design features an attractive and robust die-cast front bezel, which is located on the folded aluminium case body.

The case is painted in mid grey RAL 7040 (bezel) and light grey RAL 7035 (body). The base panel can be removed separately, and includes mounting points for PCBs and other electronic components. A recessed removable rear panel is also included along with four self-adhesive nonslip feet. Anodised aluminium front panels are available as accessories and include trims to hide the fixing screws. Moulded tilt feet and PCB mounting pillars can also be specified.

These enclosures can be customised to suit the customer's components. Options include: machining holes and cutouts for connectors, switches etc, as well as silk-screen printing and painting in other colours.

Avnet Kopp

(011) 444 2333

sales@avnet.co.za

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