Optima EPS Creates Rugged Cabinet Enclosures for Mobile Applications

Optima EPS, an Elma Company, has announced a new M2 Series cabinet enclosure for mobile applications. The enclosure was designed to optimally balance a lightweight and rugged design.

The new modular M-series cabinet enclosure is available in 52″-77″ heights, depths up to 42″, and is configurable in multi-bay systems. The aluminum frame construction is lightweight yet highly rugged. The enclosure has been tested to MIL-STD-810F for a deployed transportation environment.

The M-series offers various levels of ruggedability, depending on the application. Heavy duty single or double walled extrusions, internal reinforcing corner keys, four way crimped and welded corner sockets and corner members provide a tough and reliable enclosure environment. Further, rugged front to back stiffeners and cross bracing and optional 7 gauges welded steel base, extra thick gage rails and ceiling or wall bracing provide even more security. The bolt-down base allows universal hard mounting to the floor.

Optima EPS M2 cabinet enclosure for mobile applications

Highly customizable, the M-series’ modular design reduces installation, upgrade and service time. Customers can choose from a wide range of industry standard sizes, cabling, cooling and power options. The cabinets also are available in a large selection of contemporary color choices or optional custom color matching. The space-saving front and rear doors open from the center, allowing access to the cabinet in confined spaces. This also allows the doors to be fully open without interfering with the doors in an adjacent cabinet.

Other electronic cabinet lines from Optima include a product mix of EMC, Seismic, Mil/Aero, Co-location, and Server cabinets. Lead-time is 2 weeks ARO.

About Optima, An Elma Company
Optima has been designing, manufacturing, and distributing quality electronic enclosures, enclosure systems, server racks, cabinets, security consoles, vertical racks, and telecom enclosures since its founding by Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. in 1962. In 1986, Optima joined Gichner Systems Group (Dallastown, PA), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of transportable military shelter systems. As of April 1, 2004 Optima was acquired by Elma Electronic Inc. Today, Optima serves leading electronic and communications OEMs throughout North America from its headquarters near Atlanta, Georgia. The highly-engineered products, whether custom, modified-standard or standard designs, are manufactured to meet customer specifications. They are also distinguished by an extruded aluminum construction offering a high strength-to-weight ratio and a contemporary appearance.