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IEC - 60917-2-4

Modular order for the development of mechanical structures for electronic equipment practices – Part 2-4: Sectional specification – Interface co-ordination dimensions for the 25 mm equipment practice – Adaptation dimensions for subracks or chassis applicable in cabinets or racks in accordance with IEC 60297-3-100 (19 in)

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 March 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 34
ICS Code (Mechanical structures for electronic equipment): 31.240
scope:

This part of IEC 60917 specifies dimensions for mounting flanges of metric subracks or chassis that are to be mounted into 19 in cabinets or racks.

Additional dimensions for subracks or chassis are according to the IEC 60917 series, and for 19 in cabinets or racks to the IEC 60297 series.

EMC, seismic climatic and environmental requirements and tests, are defined in the IEC 61587 series.

The drawings used in this standard are not intended to indicate product design, only the specific dimensions that shall be used.

The terminology used complies with IEC 60917-1.

Document History

60917-2-4
March 1, 2010
Modular order for the development of mechanical structures for electronic equipment practices – Part 2-4: Sectional specification – Interface co-ordination dimensions for the 25 mm equipment practice – Adaptation dimensions for subracks or chassis applicable in cabinets or racks in accordance with IEC 60297-3-100 (19 in)
This part of IEC 60917 specifies dimensions for mounting flanges of metric subracks or chassis that are to be mounted into 19 in cabinets or racks. Additional dimensions for subracks or chassis are...

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