Panel enclosures have small footprint

I/O panel enclosures from ITSEnclosures are offered in two sizes to assist in areas where a PC, display, and keyboard must be enclosed but floor space is at a premium. I/O panels hold a standard display and small format PC and can be equipped with a stationary or fold-down keyboard tray. The I/O panel enclosure is available in painted carbon steel; NEMA 4 rated format, or NEMA 4X stainless steel.

05/01/2007


I/O panel enclosures from ITSEnclosures are offered in two sizes to assist in areas where a PC, display, and keyboard must be enclosed but floor space is at a premium. I/O panels hold a standard display and small format PC and can be equipped with a stationary or fold-down keyboard tray. The I/O panel enclosure is available in painted carbon steel; NEMA 4 rated format, or NEMA 4X stainless steel. Model I/O28 is 28 in. high x 26 in. wide x 8 in. deep; Model I/O29 is slightly deeper at 13 in. They can be wall mounted, post mounted, or ceiling/suspend mounted. Windows in the units can be tempered glass or tough polycarbonate, depending on environment and preference. Enclosures also include VESA mounting brackets and an internal fan for continuous air movement. For additional cooling capabilities, I/O panels can be equipped with AC units or Vortex coolers. www.itsenclosures.com ITSEnclosures





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