Link Electronics 10002 DigiFlex Mounting Frame with Dual Power Supply - Accepts 10 Modules

BH #LI10002 • MFR #1000/2
Link Electronics
Link Electronics 10002 DigiFlex Mounting Frame with Dual Power Supply - Accepts 10 Modules
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Link Electronics 10002 DigiFlex Mounting Frame with Dual Power Supply - Accepts 10 Modules

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Link Electronics 10002 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Maintenance
  • 3Flexibility
  • 4Application
  • 5Variety
  • 6Dual Power Supply

The Link Electronics 10002 mounting frame is part of the DigiFlex Terminal Distribution system. This frame provides power and rack frame housing to audio/video modules of various types. The cards this device accepts are part of the DigiFlex 1000 System. This model offers dual switching power supplies.

Maintenance

The Digiflex system allows repair and swapping of cards without shutting down.

Flexibility

The different rear cell I/O connections and the flexibility of the frame place virtually no limits on the diversity of applications that can be accomplished with the 1000 frame.

Application

The 1000 series is the "Professional's Choice" for long-term system requirements for distribution, timing, and processing needs.

Variety

The DigiFlex frame can easily accommodate a combination of analog & digital DA's, A to D's, D to A's, synchronizers, and transcoder modules.

Dual Power Supply

The dual power supply allows the system more security for user by offering power redundency. If one supply stops working the other will automatically switch in and take over operation.

Link Electronics 10002 Specs

Power Source115 to 230 VAC @ 50/60 Hz
Dimensions19 x 15.5 x 3.5"
48.26 x 39.37 x 8.9cm
Housing 10 Modules
Weight11 lbs
5.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 20 x 8"
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