Pelican BLACKBOX-3U BlackBox Rackmount Case with 10-32 Threads (3 RU)

BH #PEBLACKBOX3U • MFR #BLACKBOX-3U
Pelican
Pelican BLACKBOX-3U BlackBox Rackmount Case with 10-32 Threads (3 RU)
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Pelican BLACKBOX-3U Overview

This BLACKBOX-3U from Pelican is a lightweight, compact, double ended 3 RU case with 10-32 steel threads and offers light- to medium-duty protection for up to 100 lbs of equipment. Shockmounts provide 2" of sway space to isolate the equipment.

Case Features:

  • Engineered racks provide a secure and mobile electronics enclosure
  • 2 wheels
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Shock-mounts
  • Shock mounts provide 2" of sway space to isolate equipment
  • Molded-in rib design provides secure stacking and interlock
  • Patented wide-design Comfort grip handles™ make lifting easy
  • Black hardware is long-lasting and fastens securely

Suitable For:

  • Audio/Video recording and processing systems
  • Satellite communication systems
  • Radio communication systems
  • Seismic data recording instrumentation
  • Climate data collection
UPC: 825494042172

Pelican BLACKBOX-3U Specs

Exterior Dimensions38.5 x 24.6 x 11.4" / 97.8 x 62.5 x 28.9 cm
MaterialsBody: RotoMolded Polyethylene
Latch: Steel (Nickel-black plated)
Purge body: Mechanical PRV- Aluminum Body
Lid O-ring: Silicone sponge
Rack Units3 RU
Steel frame with metric threads
Rack designed for applications up to 100 lb / 45 kg
Shock mounts provide 2" (5.1 cm) sway space to isolate equipment
Length: 24" / 610 mm
Width: 19" / 483 mm
Height: 5.25" / 133 mm
Overall Lid DimensionFront: 2.2" / 5.6 cm
Back: 5.2" / 13.2 cm
Carrying Options2 Wheels
Wheel Load Rating 150 lb / 68 kg
Buoyancy348.09 lb / 157.89 kg
Weight42 lb / 19 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight47.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)39 x 25 x 12"
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