Pixus Technologies has upgraded its RiCase line of instrumentation cases by adding a 3U height at a 300-mm depth and a 4U height at a 420-mm depth. The sizes expand the range of 10.5-in. and 19-in. wide instrumentation cases.

The RiCase series of instrumentation cases combine ruggedness with an all-metal design. And the corners are rounded for aesthetics, mechanical protection, and to prevent snags and injuries.

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The modular electronics enclosures can also be stacked on top of another RiCase enclosure to further boost security. Pixus claims that these instrumentation cases have been approved by end-users in the energy exploration industry for their weight load support and reliability.

A modular design enables Pixus to offer a vast range of size options — 1U to 10U heights, 19-in. and 10.5-in. widths, and 300-mm, 420-mm, and 540-mm depths. The Waterloo, Ontario-based manufacturer of enclosures also offers customized sizes upon request.

Furthermore, Pixus makes available vented and non-vented covers as well as multiple front and rear panels. Add to that the hinged doors in metal or acrylic glass.

The company also offers the provisions for mounting slide-in equipment and modular assemblies at regular intervals as per DIN and IEC 60 specifications.