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UNIMET and UNIMET-PLUS have always been popular desktop and portable instrument enclosures because of their smart design features. Both have optional bail arms that double as desk stands. These bail arms adjust incrementally so users can select the perfect angle for viewing an instrument’s display and operating its controls.

Other features common to both models include a removable rear panel that is recessed to protect connectors and switches. Four non-slip rubber feet are included as standard; you can also specify ABS tilt feet (accessory) – a useful option to adjust the viewing angle if you choose not to opt for the bail arm. The standard color scheme for both models is a combination of light gray (RAL 7035) and window gray (RAL 7040). Both models are available in six sizes. All the enclosures are supplied fully assembled. Front panels are available as an accessory.

So, given all these similarities between the two models, what are the differences? The first and most important is how the PCBs are mounted. UNIMET has mounting holes in the base for PCB pillars; UNIMET-PLUS features four guide rails that enable you to slide circuit boards in and out quickly and easily, speeding up installation times.

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