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New EASYTEC flanged enclosures for sensor electronics

09 December 2019

OKW has launched EASYTEC, a new range of flanged plastic enclosures for modern sensor electronics. It can be mounted quickly and easily on poles, pipes or flat surfaces.

Robust and IP-rated EASYTEC is designed to survive industrial environments – either indoors or outdoors. Applications include IoT/IIoT, sensor systems, security and monitoring, IT, control, environmental, medical and laboratory technology.

EASYTEC offers a high degree of stability. Its flat base has a curved recess that makes the enclosure easy to mount on poles. Integrated mounting flanges have holes for panhead screws and apertures for cable ties. The top section is soft contoured for optimum ergonomics.

Internal screw pillars in the top and base mean each enclosure can accommodate two PCBs. The housings are assembled using tamperproof stainless steel Torx screws – perfect for medical electronics.

EASYTEC is available in two plan sizes (80 and 100) and two heights – giving a range of four sizes from 101 x 50 x 22mm to 121 x 62 x 31mm. They are moulded from UV-stable ASA+PC-FR for indoor and outdoor use. The standard colour is off-white (RAL 9002).

Prices start at £15. Options and accessories include IP 65 seals, 2.5 x 6mm self-tapping screws (for PCBs) and a Torx T8 screwdriver.

Customising options include custom colours, CNC machining, lacquering, printing or laser marking of legends and logos, decor foils, EMC shielding, installation and assembly.

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