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Structure EP-270

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Product number: CV2562

Angled Triple Row Eurorack Studio Enclosure

  • Rows 3-row
    Width 90HP
    Total Usable HP 270HP
    Power 4A @+12V, 3A @-12V, 2A @+5V; 40 connectors
    Lid No
    Internal Depth 87mm-152mm
    External Dimensions 19" x 18" x 9"
    Screws 4-40, 120 (black) Included
    Screw Fixation Sliding nuts
    Scalable No


Triple Row Eurorack Studio Enclosure

The Structure EP-270 combines the precision craftsmanship of our wood shop with the reliability of our robust Structure power supplies to create a beautiful triple row, 270hp desktop eurorack case. The perfect enclosure for any modular synthesizer laboratory.

• 4 Amps of Clean, Filtered +12v Power
• 3 Amps of Clean, Filtered -12v Power
• 2 Amps of Clean, Filtered +5v Power
• Case Wide 2 Channel Eurorack System Bus
• 40 Keyed 16 Pin Eurorack Power Headers
• External Power Switch with LED
• Fused Power Protection
• Universal IEC Power Connector
• 2 EMI Filters Protect All 3 Power Rails (+12v, +5v, -12v)
• Low Output Ripple & Noise
• UL & CE Approved, RoHS Compliant
• Over Load and Short Circuit Protection
• Line Regulation (Full Load): ≤0.5%
• Output Over Load Protection: 10%-150% Hiccup Mode with Auto-Recovery

• Hardwood and Aluminum Construction
• Three 90hp Rows
• 270hp Total Space Available
• Edge to Edge Rails Reduce Gaps Between Modules and the Side of the Case
• 18 Smooth Sliding Square Nuts Per Rail Ensures Modules Always Fit Perfectly (Holds up to 54 modules)
• Includes 120 Black (Size 4-40 1/4") Module Mounting Screws
• Beautifully Hand-Stained Hardwood

• External Depth at Top: 3.5”
• External Depth at Base: 9”
• External Height: 18”
• External Width: 19”
• Minimum Internal Depth for Modules: 3 3/8”
• Maximum Internal Depth for Modules: 6”
• Empty Weight: 14 lbs

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