Rittal / Электронный корпуса

Rittal Electronic Systems offer “complete know-how” in the field of electronic packaging. At a high level – up to Level 4.

For CPCI, VME and MicroTCA applications. This translates into plug & play systems for extremely high data
throughputs – in telecommunications, in the network and server sector, in automation, in traffic guidance systems and in medical technology. System solutions in a modern design, with super-fast backplanes, with integral power modules and with effective climate control concepts.


The modular concept of Ripac subracks facilitates a wide range of potential applications with a minimum of components.

All Ripac subracks are all based on the same horizontal rails and system components.

The difference lies in the design of the side panels and/or installation variants.

The subracks are shock and vibration-tested and comply with IEC 60 297-3 as well as IEEE 1101.1/1101.10.

MicroTCA, PicoTCA, AdvancedMC

With RiTCA, Rittal presents a new future-oriented product generation for  MicroTCA and AdvancedMC platforms.

The new RiTCA product generation comprises complete standard system solutions for MicroTCA in 2, 3, 4 and 5 U, including backplane configuration  and cooling systems, fully wired and function-tested.  The range is complemented by filler panels and face plates, as well as a 2 U PicoTCA  "ready-to-run" version.  An extremely compact variant of a MicroTCA system is now available to developers of telecommunications and industrial computers.  PicoTCA offers 13 slots for the installation of AMC modules in a fully configured system with backplane, Power Supply Unit and cooling with exchangeable filter, in just 2 U height.


The Ripac backplanes in 32 or 64-bit versions allow the configuration of CPCI systems from 2 to 21 slots. This is possible due to the modular design of the backplanes and connection of the individual segments via CPCI or H.110 bridge modules. Each backplane segment contains between 2 and 8 slots and operates in stand-alone mode in conjunction with a CPU board and a power supply unit. For assembling larger systems, several segments may be joined together via PCI bridge modules fitted at the rear. In such cases, only one of the segments will run in the system slot with a CPU board. The remaining segments will have a subordinate status without CPU boards. However, the first slot on the right of the backplane is available for a standard 32 or 64 bit CompactPCI host CPU.