Elma Electronics (Fremont, CA) introduced a new Type 15i instrument case that is scalable in all three dimensions (H x W x D), while offering designers cost-effective, custom-sized enclosures in relatively small volumes. With virtually infinite scalability in an attractive package, the new enclosure can be sized perfectly to house instruments or small portable devices. Applications that can benefit from this new case include specialty test and measurement instruments; lab and field service instruments; medical devices such as blood analyzers; and specialty computers. Features include:
- Streamlined design leverages already tooled components, significantly reducing overall costs and time to market.
- Aluminum bottom, front and rear panels are made from a single aluminum piece, eliminating the need for additional parts and allowing for easy access to the inside of the case.
- Sleek design, including sturdy, die-cast zinc corners that round off the edges, hides all of the assembly hardware, making it a very attractive case at significant cost savings.
For more information, visit www.elma.com