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Pixus Offers Labeling Strips for Board Ejector Handles

Waterloo, Ontario  —  Jan 03, 2018–  Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions,  now provides optional identification strips for its Type I, II, and IV injector ejector handles.  The labeling strips allow part number, symbol, or other identification markings to be placed on each embedded system board. 

The labeling strips standardly come in a 4HP width (0.8”) and approximately 0.6” height.  Versions for 5HP boards are available upon request.  The strips are standardly white, but custom colors are available.  They are sold in packs of 100.   Pixus also offers silk-screening and other customization services for its ejector handle and panel sets.  

Pixus provides front panels, filler panels, handles, and PCB covers for various 3U/6U embedded computer architectures.  The company also offers open standard backplane and chassis platforms as well as related components.

 About Pixus Technologies

Leveraging over 25 years of innovative standard products, the Pixus team is comprised of industry experts in electronics packaging. Founded in 2009 by senior management from Kaparel Corporation, a Rittal company, Pixus Technologies’ embedded backplanes and systems are focused primarily on  ATCA, OpenVPX, MicroTCA, and custom designs.    Pixus also has an extensive offering of VME-based and cPCI-based solutions.   In May 2011, Pixus Technologies became the sole authorized North and South American supplier of the electronic packaging products previously offered by Kaparel Corporation and Rittal.  

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