Modular subracks and components for plugging different sized boards

Pixus Technologies' modular subracks and components are designed for plugging various sized boards and the extruded rails feature tapped holes and optional extensions for IEEE injector/ejector latches.
By Pixus Technologies September 10, 2016

Pixus Technologies' modular subracks and components are designed for plugging various sized boards and the extruded rails feature tapped holes and optional extensions for IEEE injector/ejector latches. Courtesy: Pixus TechnologiesPixus Technologies’ modular subracks and components are designed for plugging various sized boards. The subracks are often 3U and 6U high or 4U and 7U allowing for spacing for fans. The modular subracks from Pixus come in 84HP (for 19-in. rackmount size), 42HP, and 21HP widths. The extruded rails feature tapped holes and optional extensions for IEEE injector/ejector latches. It also features multiple depth options. Components have a chromate finish and are made of lightweight aluminum. Pixus also offers ruggedized versions of its subracks and rail components.

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