Boxes, Enclosures, Racks

Containers used to mount and house electronic components.

Boxes Boxes A container designed to hold electrical or electronic equipment. Items like displays, knobs, switches and buttons may be attached to the container as interfaces for the components enclosed in the box.
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Evaluation, Development Board Enclosures Evaluation, Development Board Enclosures A container or case designed to house an evaluation or development board. Often containing board supports and cutouts designed for a specific platform.
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Racks Racks A standardized frame or enclosure for mounting multiple electronic modules.
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Patchbay, Jack Panels Patchbay, Jack Panels A grouping of circuits with the same connector style that are usually mounted in a standardized frame. These groupings allow for the circuits to be interconnected and monitored.
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Card Guides Card Guides Devices designed to align a board when it is inserted into a card rack.
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Card Racks Card Racks A frame that is designed to hold a series of boards or devices of a specific height, length, and width. These sub racks are often places into a larger rack.
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Backplanes Backplanes A backplane is a specialized circuit board that is made up of multiple linked connectors. These connectors are most often positioned parallel to each other and allow extension cards or boards to be inserted into them.
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Handles, Locks, Latches and Cams Handles, Locks, Latches and Cams Devices used to assist in the opening, closing and/or locking of enclosures, electrical panels and more.
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