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Raymond EMC QuietShield™ Cab

Raymond EMC’s fully customizable QuietShield™ CAB is the perfect shielding solution for customers who need to integrate rack-mounted “consumer off of the shelf” (COTS) equipment into a shielded environment. The QuietShield™ CAB arrives at your site fully tested to client specifications.
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TWO-YEAR WARRANTY

Available Options

  • Up to a 37u 19” rack
  • Up to 6 each 30 Amp Filtered power line feeds, 120V, 208V, 240V
  • Rack mountable power bars:
    • Up to 8 each NEMA 6-20ra receptacles
    • Up to 8 each NEMA 5-20ra
  • Up to 288, 1 G-Bit duplex LC fiber optic connections (other connector styles are available)
  • Filtered ventilation system for 12000, 24000 or 36000 BTU load
  • Height-adjustable casters
  • Black Satin powder coat paint finish (other colors are available)
  • Secure door and fiber access panels

QuietShield™ Cab is derived from Raymond EMC’s tried and proven QuietShield™ Box technology. This customizable product maneuvers on casters through standard office doorways. Each cabinet is equipped with its own power line filter, receptacles and ventilation system. Simply plug the QuietShield™ Cab in and it is ready for use.

Compliant With Industry Standards

ITSG-O2: Criteria for the design, fabrication, supply, installation, and acceptance testing of walk-in radio frequency shielded enclosures (December 1999)

IEEE-STD-299-1997: IEEE standard method for measuring the effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding enclosures (2006) – to be completed at time of installation, prior to absorber installation

ASTM E 84 81A: Test for surface burning characteristics of building materials

MIL-F-15733: Filters, radio interference, general specification for ANSI/UL-1283 standard for safety, electromagnetic interference filters

MIL-STD-220A: Method of insertion loss measurement for radio frequency filters

MIL-STD-285: Method of attenuation measurements for electromagnetic shielding enclosure for electronic test purposes

MIL-STD-461E: Requirements for the control of electromagnetic interference characteristics of subsystems and equipment

UL 1283: Standard for safety – electromagnetic interference filters

Canadian Electrical Code: Pertains to the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment in Canada

Magnetic

55 dB @ 10 kHz, 95 dB @ 200 kHz, 100 dB @ 1 MHZ

Electric

100 dB from 1 MHz to 10 GHz

Plane wave

100 dB from 1 MHz to 10 GHz

Microwave

100 dB from 1 MHz to 10 GHz

Description

TWO-YEAR WARRANTY

Available Options

  • Up to a 37u 19” rack
  • Up to 6 each 30 Amp Filtered power line feeds, 120V, 208V, 240V
  • Rack mountable power bars:
    • Up to 8 each NEMA 6-20ra receptacles
    • Up to 8 each NEMA 5-20ra
  • Up to 288, 1 G-Bit duplex LC fiber optic connections (other connector styles are available)
  • Filtered ventilation system for 12000, 24000 or 36000 BTU load
  • Height-adjustable casters
  • Black Satin powder coat paint finish (other colors are available)
  • Secure door and fiber access panels

QuietShield™ Cab is derived from Raymond EMC’s tried and proven QuietShield™ Box technology. This customizable product maneuvers on casters through standard office doorways. Each cabinet is equipped with its own power line filter, receptacles and ventilation system. Simply plug the QuietShield™ Cab in and it is ready for use.

Compliant With Industry Standards

ITSG-O2: Criteria for the design, fabrication, supply, installation, and acceptance testing of walk-in radio frequency shielded enclosures (December 1999)

IEEE-STD-299-1997: IEEE standard method for measuring the effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding enclosures (2006) – to be completed at time of installation, prior to absorber installation

ASTM E 84 81A: Test for surface burning characteristics of building materials

MIL-F-15733: Filters, radio interference, general specification for ANSI/UL-1283 standard for safety, electromagnetic interference filters

MIL-STD-220A: Method of insertion loss measurement for radio frequency filters

MIL-STD-285: Method of attenuation measurements for electromagnetic shielding enclosure for electronic test purposes

MIL-STD-461E: Requirements for the control of electromagnetic interference characteristics of subsystems and equipment

UL 1283: Standard for safety – electromagnetic interference filters

Canadian Electrical Code: Pertains to the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment in Canada