Emcor EMI/RFI Sheilded Enclosures

Emcor EMI/RFI Sheilded Enclosures

Product Overview:

  • Modular
  • Fully welded construction
  • Clean, seamless corner design
  • Static Load capacity of 3500 pounds
  • 14 gauge and 16 gauge material
  • Available in 19” and 24” panel widths
  • 15U to 45U vertical panel openings (VPO)
  • Overall depth options of 26 5/16” and 31 9/16”
  • Adjustable multi-formed mounting angles with rack unit markings
  • Vertical and slope front frame styles

 

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Emcor offers two levles of EMI/RFI shielding depending on the attenuation and frequency performance level requirements. Regardless, all cabinet designs include the following features. Click the tabs to learn more about the different performance levels we meet.

Emcor’s EMI/RFI Shielded Enclosures and accessories are engineered with performance in mind. These products are a perfect combination of quality and styling that shields your system effectively and presents it in an attractive package of which you can be proud. Tested to MIL-STD 285 at a certified test facility, Emcor’s shielded enclosures can provides attenuation in excess of 100 db in the E-field to 38 db performance at 1 GHz. Contact us for more information.

 

FCC Protection Level Cabinet Performance

The graph above shows cabinet performance of FCC level products. Designs for EMI/RFI shielded cabinets vary considerably from manufacturer to manufacturer.

The ideal cabinet is a metal box with no seams or openings. Any opening in a cabinet creates a potential EMI/RFI path into and out of the cabinet. However, in the real world, openings are required for maintenance and ventilation of the equipment, as well as for electrical input. These openings must be covered by panels and/or doors which maintain electrical continuity by either metal-to-metal contact or by using conductive gaskets.

 

Military/Tempest Protection Level Cabinet Performance

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The graph above shows cabinet performance of Military/Tempest level products. Designs for EMI/RFI shielded cabinets vary considerably from manufacturer to manufacturer.

The ideal cabinet is a metal box with no seams or openings. Any opening in a cabinet creates a potential EMI/RFI path into and out of the cabinet. However, in the real world, openings are required for maintenance and ventilation of the equipment, as well as for electrical input. These openings must be covered by panels and/or doors which maintain electrical continuity by either metal-to-metal contact or by using conductive gaskets.