Crenlo Emcor Rolling Transit Case


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Crenlo Emcor Rolling Transit Case

Remote case

Made from a virtually indestructible polycarbonate mold, this case is designed to withstand abuse in tough environments, while the two-stage telescoping extension handle and in-line wheels offer easy transportability of sensitive electronic equipment. The transit case can be purchased empty and used for carrying cables and cords, or it can be purchased with one of two polyurethane foam insert options: A cubed, layered option or a solid, layered option. The 0.5" x 0.5" x 1" rectangular cubes can be removed to create three-dimensional pockets for protecting equipment, while the solid option can easily be customized by cutting with a utility knife. With interior dimensions measuring 18.13" x 24.38" x 12", the case is ideal for protecting small electronics, such as test and measurement instruments, cameras, audio/video and broadcast equipment, and monitoring equipment.

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