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Schroff is offering a new version of its Europacpro range of modular subracks for use in military systems, on aircraft, close to rotating machinery or in power-generation applications.

A standard subrack consists of two side panels and at least four horizontal rails.

By using stronger side panels, reinforced horizontal rails, 19in brackets and corner profiles, the new subrack is able to achieve a shock resistance up to 25 G.

Standard guide rails can be used in the ruggedised subrack and, where necessary, these can be bolted to the horizontal rails.

There are also ductings to accept Card-Loks or clamshells in 0.8in intervals, while cover plates reduce noise caused by vibration.

All front surfaces of the subrack parts are anodised, giving a functional, scratch-resistant and visually attractive finish – according to the company.

Yellow chromated finishes are also available on request.

Available in heights from 3 to 12U and widths from 21 to 84HP, the Europacpro subracks are designed to satisfy the requirements of IEC 60297-3-100 to IEC 60297-3-105 and IEEE 1101.1, 1101.10 and 1101.11.

They can be supplied in kit form or fully assembled by Schroff’s technicians and there are no minimum order quantities.

For over four decades Schroff has been a world leader in the development and manufacture of electronics packaging components and systems.


The company offers a comprehensive range of enclosure solutions, including cabinets, subracks, cases, backplanes and power supplies, as well as complete systems for standard bus architectures such as VME, cPCI, AdvancedTCA and MicroTCA.


These products are based on the know-how of specialists in the integration of mechanical, electronic and thermal management systems, together with many years’ experience of the most diverse applications in all kinds of environments. Schroff technical personnel are also heavily involved in the development of international standards for electronics packaging systems, with representatives on numerous working groups of institutions such as the IEC, CENELEC, IEEE, BSI, VDE and DIN.


To complement its wide range of products, the company has established a co-ordinated service strategy designed to ensure that customers enjoy comprehensive support throughout the life of the product.Grouped together under the banner ‘ServicePLUS’, Schroff’s product support services are now arranged in eight modules comprising configuration, assembly, modification, solution, express, support, academy and lifecycle.


The Schroff website, provides full technical information on all of the company’s products, including detailed descriptions, technical data, user manuals, test reports and downloadable CAD drawings

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