01 October 2010

Sponsored by OKW: Modern IP65 extruded aluminium handheld enclosures

ROLEC have extended the 'mobilCASE' range of handheld enclosures with new models and size combinations. These robust and highly attractive enclosures are now suitable for both cable connected or battery powered portable electronic equipment.

Typical applications will include data-collection units, machine controllers, robot programmers and test and measurement devices.

The construction consists of a single or two piece anodised aluminium case body, with internal guides rails. Two black die cast aluminium end panels are fitted to the extrusions by self-tapping screws. The cases can be sealed up to IP65 protection class.

The innovative 'mobilCASE' design incorporates a round edge section, which is very easy to hold, and also acts as a battery compartment. An M16 cable gland can be fitted in place of the battery compartment, allowing for cable connection to the host machine.

The extended range now consists of twelve standard sizes with external dimensions from 118 x 120 x 80 mm to 168 x 240 x 130 mm. The recessed top section can be used for mounting push-button switches, membrane keypads, and joy-stick or tracker ball controls etc.

ROLEC can supply these enclosures with additional holes for push-buttons, connectors and cable glands etc., plus silk-screen printed legends and logos. Standard prices start at £36.
For full technical specifications, drawings and ordering information on the 'mobilCASE' enclosures click on the supporting information link below.

To learn more visit: http://www.okw.co.uk
email: sales@okw.co.uk
Tel: 01489 583858

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OKW Enclosures

Supporting Information

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http://www.rolec-enclosures.co.uk/products/mobilcase.htm

Companies
OKW Enclosures Ltd

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