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Elma Now Shipping Uniquely Designed Conduction-Cooled 1/2 ATR Box With 6-slot 3U VPX Backplane

FREMONT, Calif. Feb. 9, 2011

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This new configuration helps to ensure fast removal of dissipated heat, yet still maintain a low profile design. It ships with a 6-slot 3U OpenVPX (VITA 65) backplane on 1" pitch; it is also available with either a 3U cPCI backplane or a single-width MicroTCA backplane. The unit also offers the choice of a fixed mount or plug-in 28 VDC power supply.

Elma’s 1/2 ATR box is ideal for projects with weight restrictions; the unit weighs only 12.5 pounds prior to power supply or payload.

The all-aluminum ATR is made from milled plates as well as punched and formed sheet metal. The main body is dip-brazed for optimum heat conductivity. The conduction-cooled card cage is completely sealed off to keep the electronic components in a clean environment.

A removable front panel allows I/O customization to exact application requirements. Narrow screw spacing ensures high EMC shielding compliant to MIL-STD 461E.  The enclosure meets ARINC 404A and ANSI/VITA 48.2 standards.

$15,000

Elma’s website Valerie Andrew [email protected]

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About Elma Electronic

Systems division Elma Electronic Inc an extensive variety of applications

January 2009 integrated sub-systems single board computers mass storage, RAID I/O and networking solutions RTOS, Linux/Windows and device drivers

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