Optima EPS, an Elma Company, and leading designer and manufacturer of cabinet enclosures for electronic systems, has announced a new cabinet enclosure for scientific and medical instrumentation applications. The Optima cabinet is designed with several features in mind for scientific and medical instrumentation. This includes a flexible, modular design that allows a wide range of shelves, rails, perforated panels, wiring duct, divider panels, and ergonomics. DIN rails for mounting instrumentation are prevalent.
The 14″ shelves and 19″ dividing rails are geared toward common equipment sizes for these applications. The enclosures come in standard 14U-24U heights and 32″, 34″, and 36″ depths. Widths range from 30-36″. With the enclosure line’s modular design, other sizes can easily be configured with little customization.
Other features for the enclosure line include a rear-perforated panel for airflow, EMC shielding, and rear access. Various accessories are available such as castors, shelf options, mounting devices, and more. Optima also offers painting/powder coating, silk-screening, and customization services.
The lead-time is 2-4 weeks.
About Optima, An Elma Company
Optima EPS 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 Elma Electronic Inc acquired Optima. Today, Optima serves leading electronic and communications OEMs throughout North America from its headquarters near Atlanta, Georgia. The highly engineered products 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.