The A-100 basic frame with 6U is available even as a portable 6 U suitcase version without additional charges. The portable 6U suitcase version has the same usable space available as the normal basic frame (i.e. 2 x 84 HP).

Inside the removable cover there is sufficient space for both versions to carry the system completely patched or to move patch chords and the power cable. The A-100 suitcase can be used vertical or horizontal as the suitcase has rubber feets on the bottom and rear side (version 2 only vertical because of the mains inlet at the rear panel).

The top is equipped with a handle.

The A-100 suitcase is made of black or coated wood with aluminium extrusions with the rail construction fixed to the other parts of the suitcase. Attention! It is not simply an empty wooden case that covers the standard 6U frame but a completely independent construction that is not based on the 6U standard frame. It is not possible to convert a standard 6U frame into the suitcase version! 

The two bus boards and the standard power supply are mounted at the rear panel. Consequently the rear panel cannot be removed.

Features

  • Dimensions: 460mm x 340mm x 220mm, with cover and rubber feet
  • Weight (without modules): 7kg
  • Size: 2 x 84HP
  • Two bus boards
  • Max depth for modules is approx. 70mm in the power supply area (bottom right), and approx. 100mm in the remaining area
  • 28 Power headers for module connection
  • Output Current: 2000mA @ +12V, 1200mA @ -12V, 4000 mA @ +5V

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  • A-100 P6 Portable Case - 6U
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