Run out of 1U Tile rows in your existing cases? Want to add a collection of utility modules to your tabletop setup? The EuroTile Case is a self-contained case for up to 12 1U Tiles in three rows (4 1U Tiles spaces per row.)
The case contains a beefy bipolar power supply with distribution so that power headers are located directly underneath each 1U Tile. There are also two 10-pin Eurorack power headers.
It is powered by a notebook power adapter (included), but any adapter providing 16V to 30V DC and over 2A can be used.
The case is built from lasercut and machined masonite, sealed on all surfaces with acrylic, and then finished with a durable textured enamel surface.
The top mounting bracket is machined from Aluminum and tapped for M3 machine-screws. It’s powder-coated with a tough textured finish.
There is plenty of passive ventilation for the power supplies and modules. A hole is also provided to clear any dropped screws. Rubber feet ensure it stays where it’s supposed to even during the most intense wiggling sessions.
The high-efficiency switching power supply provides a 1.2A +12V rail and a 700mA -12V rail without barely getting warm. It can easily provide twice that if required, but a full compliment of 1U Tiles will draw much, much less. Indicators let you know the status of both rails independently. It’s protected from short circuits and reversed polarity on both the input (power adapter) side and output (1U Tile) side.
Each 1U Tile has its own power connector directly underneath it. The power connectors are design to prevent plugging the module backwards. Several locations can fit deep tiles of up to 30mm.
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Power header under each module.
Two Eurorack 10-pin power headers.
Ample passive ventilation.
Dropped-screw clean-out hole.
Standard 2.1mm power connector and switch.
Power adapter included.
Beefy internal power supply.
Durable enamel finish.
Powder-coated rails with holes for M3 machine-screws (included).
Case includes power adapter and power cord. If you need a different power cord than what we have, you may need to find one locally or see if you have one that’s not being used. The socket on the power adapter is the very common IEC C6 (right, on image below) which requires an IEC C5 power cord (left on image below).