Six yellobriks and greenMachine setup in the new RYB 6000 rack frame.
LYNX Technik, provider of modular signal processing interfaces, announces a yellobrik extension kit for the popular greenMachine rack frame.
The new RYB 6000 is an extension kit for the greenMachine RFR 6000 rack frame, which typically holds up to two greenMachine modules. This is designed to add rack space for the yellobrik line of throw-down signal processing solutions. Users can now rack both greenMachine and yellobrik modules in a single system.
The rack frame extension is compatible with standard sized yellobrik modules and holds up to six yellobriks, fitting neatly next to the greenMachine hardware installed in the RFR 6000 greenMachine rack frame. It features built-in power connections and accommodates two power supplies for redundancy protection.
According to LYNX Technik, both the greenMachine and yellobrik series are well suited for standalone applications, however the rack frame and rack extension offer a system design approach that provides power redundancy, as well as saving on cabling, power and space. It also offers the flexibility of accessing modules quickly, therefore reducing maintenance time.
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