This 15u (5 x rows of 3u) eurorack case is specifically designed to house up to 2 of the Hinton Instruments FullPower™ Linear Power Supplied with 14u of rack strip fitted to the rear of the case.
2 x 1u vented rack panels are supplied as standard to provide ventilation.
The power supplies are fixed to the 19” rack rails fitted to the rear of the case and the case depth is adequate to house the Hinton Instrument units and your eurorack modules. The case can be fitted with either five of our specially sized 95hp SynthRacks frames or with 5 x 3u pairs of 19” rack strips to which are fitted the 5 x 19” eurorack frames.
A larger 18u version can also be made for you with the provision for fitting three FullPower™ Linear Power Supplies.
We do not supply or fit Hinton Instruments FullPower™ Linear Power Supplies and before ordering a case you should familiarise yourself with how the system works and is fitted. Much more information regarding Linear Power Supplies is available on the Hinton Instruments website.
SynthRacks Eurorack Cases are all set up to accept M3 machine screws. We would recommend the square sliding nuts and with each case, you will be supplied with the following:
- 95HP cases – 50 M3 sliding square nuts per 3U frame.
However, you can specify – as an optional extra – that your case is fitted with threaded rails instead of the sliding nuts. (Note: threaded strips will come in two parts, in cases larger than 104HP)
Each 3U will also be provided with M3 machine screws, which are suitable to use with the sliding nuts or the threaded rails. We keep a stock of all fixings so additional M3 machine screws and nuts can be purchased as required.
Sliding nuts are more economical and should allow you – by loosening the screws – to slide a module along the rail to reposition it without taking it out of the case. They will also ensure that the modules can butt up neatly to each other, which otherwise may not be possible with threaded rails, due to different manufacturer tolerances of the module face panel.
Either way, not a matter to dwell on for too long, as the frame can be removed from the case without much effort and additional nuts or threaded rails can be inserted.