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Peli-Hardigg showcases rugged protection for defence at AFCEA

Posted 19 April 2017 · Add Comment

Peli-Hardigg will be showcasing its rugged protection for defence solutions, namely their Min Mac Rack and V-Series Rack Mount cases, at the AFCEA show in Bonn, Germany next week (26-27 April).

These resistant solutions offer greater mobility for rack mountable equipment and are designed to meet military standard requirements. Their highstrength square holed steel rack frame provides a range of mounting options for fragile equipment, military mission planning tools, mobile operations, ground controllers and others.

The Min Mac Rack (right) is designed to meet the need of making the most of limited space, while providing protection.

The lightweight, compact design of the double-ended cases has excellent shock performance. Its angled precision-engineered elastomeric shock mounts are specifically designed to match the weight and fragility of the equipment, ensuring maximum shock and vibration isolation.

Manufactured entirely in Europe, it’s designed to meet the requirements of NATO and European military standards.

The V-Series Rack Cases include features of Peli’s configurable rack cases in a preconfigured solution for quick plug and play use. Rack equipment is becoming lighter in weight which requires an economical and rapid method of attachment.

Peli-Hardigg V-Series Cases (above) are built utilising a full-boxed 19” (482 mm) steel rack with an industry-standard square hole pattern, so hanging electronics with tab mounts is easy. These cases include clip nuts. Attach the clip nut onto a square hole and you have a secure, threaded mount.

The V-Series are available in two different models: the Classic-V and the Super-V, both models are REACH and RoHs compliant.


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