|A range of accessories for
the configuration and completion of the ToolMod system is available. There are
blind panels, knurled screws for faceplate fixing, spacers for the subdivision
of frames and power cables as well.
Blind panels for covering empty frame slots are available in 2U and 4U module
format. Both versions are black anodized. 2 knurled screws belong to the scope
of supply of each blind panel. The ToolMod blind panels can be used horizontally
and vertically; however, different screws for the horizontal and vertical frames
require to include the frame version when ordering.
Knurled Screws are used to fix the modules in the frame. There are different
versions for the horizontal 1U-high and the vertical 2U- and 4U-high frames.
Two screws are delivered with modules and blind panels; however,
you can get screws in sets of 2 pcs. as spare part as well.
Spacers are used to subdived the ToolMod frames and adapt a particular frame
for 2U and 4U modules. Spacer 1 is used for 1U high ToolMod Frames, Spacer 2
is needed to install two 2U modules in a compartment of a 4U high frame. This
spacer is available in any size from 1 slot to 11 slots. The standard version
is 1 slot long. Please, ask
for details here. Two spacers belong to the scope of supply of the 1U-frames.
The 4U-high frames come without spacers. If you order or complete system, we
will check for the necessary spacers;
however, you will probably need additional spacers when you reconfigure your
system. The above picture to the left shows a Spacer for 1U high frames. The
picture to the left shows a 3-slot spacer for a 4U-high frame.
The cables for the connection between the power supply unit and the frames as
well as cables to connect the power from frame to frame with 5-pin XLR connectors
and sufficient cross section are available in standard length of 10 ft. / 3 meter,
5 ft. / 1.5 meter, 3 ft. / 1 meter, and 1 ft. / 0.3 meter. Usually, the 10 ft.
cables are used for connecting the power supply with the first frame, while the
shorter cables are used to connect the frames in daisy chain mode. All information
on the power supply and the cables can be found on the ToolPwr
Power Supply Units web pages.
If you don't find here what you are looking for,