Product News: Material Handling & Storage
Cabinet Enclosure provides protection in Zone 4 Seismic areas.
Press Release Summary:
October 21, 2009 - Available in heights of 52-77 in. and depths up to 42 in., M1 cabinet is offered with coffin-style door for call center applications. Lightweight, rugged aluminum frame construction includes heavy-duty single or double walled extrusions, internal reinforcing corner keys, and 4 way crimped and welded corner sockets and members. Perforated front and rear doors provide for air intake and exhaust, while bolt-down base allows universal hard mounting to floor.
Original Press Release
Optima Releases New Call Center Cabinet Enclosure
Press release date: October 13, 2009
The shielded seismic M1 cabinet features superior cooling, extra cabling space, low acoustic noise, and a rugged design. This design for Call Center applications includes an optional coffin-style door, which provides extra space for cabling. The perforated front and rear door provide for extra air intake and exhaust. Extra EMC shielding gasketing and options are available.
For protection in up to Zone 4 Seismic areas, the cabinets have several features for ruggedization. This includes heavy-duty single or double walled extrusions, internal reinforcing corner keys, four ways crimped and welded corner sockets and members provide a tough and reliable enclosure environment. Rugged front-to-back stiffeners, cross bracing, thicker steel base, extra thick gage rails and ceiling or wall bracing provide further protection. The bolt-down base allows universal hard mounting to the floor.
The IT infrastructure cabinet enclosure line is available in 52"-77" heights and depths up to 42". The rugged aluminum frame construction is also lightweight. For more information, visit www.optimaeps.com, www.elma.com, or call 770-496-4000.
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, 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. www.optimaeps.com