Maximize the performance of your components

No matter what industry you’re in, protecting your equipment is of the utmost importance.

Often, this equipment needs to operate in harsh environments where it is subjected to heat, moisture, severe vibrations, and other elements that might interfere with your components’ performance or even damage them.

However, by adding a subrack to your system, you can maximize the performance of your equipment and protect it from damage, all while keeping your system organized.


Subracks enclose your units in a case of sturdy sheet metal, blocking things like dust and moisture. They can be attached to a wall using rugged metal rails.

For more taxing environments, such as railways or military usage, many subracks are rated for vibrations up to 25g according to all applicable manufacturing standards.

Many subracks may even be upgraded with EMC shielding, offering protection against dangerous electromagnetic interference that can interfere with readings and even completely destroy your units.


When using multiple components at a time, it can be difficult to keep things organized.

A subrack allows you to keep your equipment in one convenient place. It keeps your cables and wires out of site, eliminating the risk of them being damaged or tripping workers.

Customize To Your Needs

A standard subrack kit can allow you to add multiple components as you have need of it. However, you can also customize a unit from the ground up. Mix and match different units to fit as many components as you need in as many configurations as you need.

The flexibility of subracks also gives you room to add new equipment as your system grows and adapts.


You can configure your subrack on this page to build a subrack system perfectly suited for your needs. If you need help, consult the Configurator FAQ page.