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Rack Frame for PS100 Power Module

Model: RM100

  • For PS100 power supplies mounted on right side of enclosure and with all power busing in place, ready to plug on to the mating amplifier connector assemblies
  • Designed for free vertical air convection cooling
  • One rack unit (1-3/4 inches) spacing between stacked units/forced air cooling of more densely stacked frames
  • If using forced air, seal frames and joints between frames with duct tape and use blank panels to seal any empty slots to avoid losing air pressure
  • With mating connectors
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The RM100 is a fully loaded frame. To protect yourself and the equipment, mount the empty RM100 enclosure securely before plugging in the power and amplifier modules. The RM100 is designed for free vertical air convection cooling. One rack unit (1-3/4 inches) spacing between stacked units or forced air cooling of more densely stacked frames. If using forced air, seal frames and joints between frames with duct tape and use blank panels to seal any empty slots to avoid losing air pressure.

The RM100 is supplied with mating connectors for the PS100 power supplies mounted on the right side of the enclosure and with all power busing in place, ready to plug on to the mating amplifier connector assemblies.

  • For PS100 power supplies mounted on right side of enclosure and with all power busing in place, ready to plug on to the mating amplifier connector assemblies
  • Designed for free vertical air convection cooling
  • One rack unit (1-3/4 inches) spacing between stacked units/forced air cooling of more densely stacked frames
  • If using forced air, seal frames and joints between frames with duct tape and use blank panels to seal any empty slots to avoid losing air pressure
  • With mating connectors
  • Mount empty enclosure securely before plugging in power and amplifier modules
 
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