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'Designer' die-cast aluminium enclosure range offered in smaller sizes

12 June 2009

Rolec has added ten smaller sizes to its existing range of ‘aluCASE’ die-cast aluminium enclosures. These modern and easy to use IP67 enclosures have many intelligent features to simplify installation of electronics or electrical equipment. For example, a recess is provided in the lid for mounting a membrane keypad or product label, and unsightly hinges and visible fixing screws are no longer the norm with the integrated hinge design, and clip-in trims which hide the case and wall fixings screws.

Extras such as wall brackets are no longer needed as the ‘aluCASE’ enclosures incorporate screw ports for wall mounting, even when the unit is assembled, and accessories are not required to keep the lid retained as two lid retaining straps are also provided.

The aluCASE enclosures are manufactured in die-cast aluminium GD Al Si 12 and are supplied powder painted in window grey, RAL 7040. With the ten new sizes, there is now an unrivalled range of twenty four models with external dimensions form 75 x 50 x 33 mm up to 330 x 200 x 120 mm. M4 screw bosses are provided in the lid and base for mounting PCBs and assemblies. Other options include two models with transparent lids, and EMC or IP 69K rated gaskets. Prices start at £17.

Rolec offers a full customising service on these enclosures with CNC milling, drilling, silk-screen printing, assembly of cable glands and terminals and much more, providing a fully finished housing ready for fitting the components.

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