Conduction-cooled tower enclosure

  • 29-Jun-2012 02:41 EDT

The COOL-CC6 conduction-cooled portable tower enclosure from Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions is a six-slot, high-power chassis designed to ease the design of 6U OpenVPX systems. The enclosure supports up to six slots of 6U, 1-in-pitch, conduction-cooled-payload OpenVPX cards and rear transition modules. The unit satisfies extreme cooling requirements and meets ANSI/VITA 65 power and cooling requirements for conduction-cooled 150W 6U OpenVPX modules. The system and its 3U variant, the COOL-CC3, complement the company’s air-cooled COOL-XC3 and COOL-XC6 development chassis, providing portable development chassis alternatives for higher-power, conduction-cooled, module-based systems.

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