This week we delivered four, 24-U racks for use in an R&D program on a DC-3. Because of the large cabin size, we were able to design a single rack module that is quite a bit deeper and taller than our usual base rack unit.
This variant of the rack implements many of the same features: note the seat track segments in each corner to be used with lifting shackles or equipment mounting, integral handles, and the modular floor plate. We also have a flip-down keyboard tray design for when and if the requirement arises. This design may prove to be a good back-of-the-aircraft, standard electronics rack, to be used in conjunction with a cabin-mounted operator rack.