Mechanical specification for 19-inch rack cases?

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  1. Spotswood

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    I'm designing my first rack mountable case (to house BitFury boards) and am in need of the mechanical specification for the mounting holes that are on the sides of the case.

    Thanks in advance!
    Rich
     
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    See Standards: IEC 297-1 or EIA-310D (for US, the difference lies in the center hole.)
     
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    Thanks!

    This custom enclosure is for BitFury miners and here is what I've come up with so far.

    Unlike all my other offerings, this case will be fully enclosed and rack mountable.

    These cases are unique in that they are very modular, allowing you to grow/shrink your rig as needed. You could even bolt two shallow cases together. And of course, they could be shipped flat-packed or fully assembled.

    Here's a very rough pass of the component layouts of two variations: one with a 1U PSU and another with a standard ATX PSU.

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    normally looks
    only backplane to provide many holes for passing air.
     
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