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Custom Cabinets & Panels
Last Updated: 05/18/2017
Download the PDFSTI has provided hundreds of integrated custom cabinets and panels containing a wide variety of instrumentation. SKF Condition Monitoring’s M800A, Monitor Interface Module (MIM) Multilog (LMU), Mechanical Condition Monitor (MCM), Low Cost Monitor (LCM), and other systems such as Surge Control, and Turbine Governor’s, have all been successfully incorporated into free standing cabinets. CMCP custom cabinets and panels are available in many styles, sizes, colors and methods of construction. They can be outfitted with many different accessories depending on your requirements. In general, each cabinet is custom engineered to meet the individual parameters of a specific application. Prewired terminals, power distribution, ground bars, smoke detectors, temperature detectors, tagging and other accessories are provided as required by the customer. Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) and scheduled inspections are also provided as per the customer request. Complete engineering design and documentation packages are available in either AutoCAD or Intergraph format.


M800A Monitor, BNC Panel, Terminals, Power Distribution,
Low Noise Configuration, Ground Bars, integrated into
Modular Custom Cabinet for ARAMCO by STI.


M800A Monitor, BNC Panel, Terminals, Power Distribution, Low Noise
Configuration, Ground Bars, integrated into Modular Custom Cabinet
for ARAMCO by STI.

Due to the custom nature of cabinets and panels, great care is needed to properly specify what is required in the enclosure. Download the Datasheet above for a listed specification matrix provided as a guide to prepare a specification. To obtain a quotation from STI for your enclosure this should be included along with a complete equipment listing of all instrumentation you desire to be integrated into the enclosure.



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