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Verotec Veroshield 19-inch Rack Cases
The English manufacturer's new line of rack products is available in a choice of sizes to service a variety of electronic mounting needs.

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Engineered for specialized electronic, electric and electro-mechanical mounting applications, Verotec's new Veroshild line of products is available in a choice of three sizes to accommodate a variety of equipment.
April 18, 2011 By Robert Archer

There are some situations that guess work and creative ideas just aren’t good enough.

The Skinny: The U.K.-based manufacturer Verotec has added more products to its family of 19-inch rack products. The company says the new series of EMC screened Veroshild products enable electronics technicians to address specialized installations without having to modify standard racking gear.

Specs: Verotec says the new products are available in a choice of three sizes: 1U high and 10.4 inches deep; 2U high and 14.4 inches deep; and a 3U high unit that measures 14.4 inches deep. According to the company, these rack products complement its Diplomat desktop and tower cases and provide linear attenuation of 110dB up to 10MHz to 40dB at 1GHz. Verotec adds the rack units are made with .9mm zinc-plated steel to maintain electrical conductivity throughout the unit, and the company provides an external 19-inch aluminum front panel to bolster the appearance of the products when mounted in a rack or desktop case.

Solutions: The Veroshield line of rack-mount enclosure products can be used for specialized electronics installations.

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Robert Archer is CI's product editor. He has been covering the electronics industry for more than a decade.
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