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Electronic cabinet tested to MIL-STD-901D has enhanced vibration resistance

Electronic cabinet tested to MIL-STD-901D has enhanced vibration resistance

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Suitable for use on frigates, aircraft carriers and submarines, the Varistar cabinet has been independently tested in accordance to the MIL-STD-901D standard, which confirms its robustness and stability under extreme shock.

The basis of the Varistar MIL 901D model is the Seismic/EMC frame, built to meet the high demands for robustness and stability required for mobile applications. Four shock absorbers are fitted to the welded base plate and two more are positioned at the top to the rear of the cabinet. The rear panel is divided into three parts: at the top, a robust plate on which the shock absorbers are mounted; in the center, a standard rear panel; and at the bottom, a connecting plate in stainless steel for cable ducting. The top cover is solid and the front door is provided with a locking mechanism. The shock absorbers used are available in two versions: wire rope springs and elastomer absorbers.

The cabinet features EMC protection (60 dB at 1 GHz, 40 dB at 3 GHz) and IP protection (IP 55). The frame and all cladding parts are both galvanized and powder coated (RAL 7032) to protect them against corrosion. In addition to the MIL-STD-901D shock test, Pentair will also perform a vibration resistance test to the MIL-STD-167 standard, upon request, with the customer’s electronic systems mounted in the cabinet.

Visit Pentair at www.schroff.co.uk/varistarMIL

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