Fischer Elektronik's already extensive range of casings has been expanded with the introduction of a new finned, low-profile cooling cases, designed specifically for embedded and single-board PCs, such as the Mini-ITX format.
Standard size cases are further supplemented by smaller cases to the same design, suitable for the newer, smaller computer boards and ancillary devices. This guarantees that this design will remain relevant for the inevitable future shrinkages in single-board PC designs. The case has been designed to be low in profile, whilst allowing for heat dissipation and retaining a stylish exterior. The case consists of an open upper 'U' shaped aluminium extrusion with integral, external cooling fins and a number of internal options for mounting circuit boards, including guide channels designed to secure mounting pillars using captive nuts. Alternatively, more traditional slots are built into the internal side walls allowing boards to be slid into position. Together, these allow for both standard and non-standard boards - such as EBM, EBX, Nano ITX, ETX/XTX and PC/104 formats - to be accommodated, as well as other non-standard components and modules. The case is closed by a 2mm thick base and end plates, with the base being designed to have a clip-in place option. With the flexibility of mounting for circuit boards, the end plates can be designed to suit most applications, with standard cut-outs offered according to customer designs. Mounting options include clips for DIN rails or adjustable screw-fixed wall mounting.
Alternatively, a monitor bracket is also offered. Available in 105mm, 150mm, 200mm and 250mm standard cut lengths, these units can be finished in black or natural anodisation or a combination of either. Further finishes or machining is available to customer's requests.
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