At the 2016 NAMM Show, Synthrotek is introducing its Skiff Boat cases.
Here’s an intro video from Synthrotek’s Steve Harmon:
Here are the details:
Power Features: Power output: +12V: 3A -12V: 500mA 5V: 1.5A Ten 16-pin shrouded connectors, keyed for safety Extensive power self-protection shut down features Noise filtering circuitry built in Connect additional bus boards with a molex cable (bus board and molex cable sold separately) Power brick included
Case Features: Rugged black powder-coated 1.6mm steel 3U, 84HP or 104HP Max module depth with power: 44mm, without power: 61mm 2.5mm screws included Wood cheek ends Dimensions (with cheeks): 84HP: 17.4 x 5.4 x 3 inches (44.3 x 13.7 x 7.6 cm) 104HP: 21.4 x 5.4 x 3 inches (54.4 x 13.7 x 7.6 cm) Weight: 84HP: 2.5 pounds (1.1 kg) (with power installed, not including brick) 104HP: 3 pounds (1.3 kg) (with power installed, not including brick)
Additional Options: Murata Power (with ten 16-pin connections, add $20) +12 @ 2.2A -12 @ 1.3A +5 @ 1.5A Deluxe Power Module and Noise Filtering Distribution Board with 17 connections (add $45) +12 @ 2.0A -12 @ 1.5A +5 @ 1.5A Angled cheek ends (add $8) 3U Eurorack Brackets (in place of cheeks) No cheek ends or Eurorack Brackets (-$10)
The Synthrotek Skiff Boat case is available now, priced starting at US $129 for a barebones case, or $239 for a version with wood end cheeks and power supply.