01 July 2010

Sponsored by OKW: Desk/charging stations for handheld enclosures range

OKW has added a range of desk stations to the highly successful 'SMART-CASE' series of handheld enclosures.

Handheld electronics often require frequent battery charging, or regular connection to a PC or machine for data transfer. OKW have provided a professional solution for this by developing specific desk/charging stations for the 'SMART-CASE' enclosures, which fit the cases exactly, and have a common design theme.

The desk stations are available in three versions to suit case sizes M, L and XL, and are moulded in off-white or black ABS. A contoured aperture is provided in the top for inserting the case, and knockouts on the underside cater for the data/power cable. Connections between the station and case are provided by gold plated male and female contacts.

'SMART-CASE' enclosures have a natural organic design which is contoured to fit comfortably in the hand. The cases are available in four standard sizes ranging from 58 x 36 x 19mm to 168 x 74 x 35mm, and are moulded in off-white or black ABS, or infra-red permeable PMMA (UL 94 HB).

The smallest size XS has a key ring loop and the larger sizes have a recessed top section for fitting a membrane keypad.

For outdoor applications, the cases can be fitted with an IP65 sealing kit. Other options include battery compartments for 1.5V AAA, 1.5V AA or 9V cells, belt/pocket clips and wall holders. Prices for the cases start at £5.

OKW can supply these enclosures with additional holes for the push-buttons, connectors and displays etc., plus silk-screen printed legends and logos, and EMC shielding.

For full technical specifications, drawings and ordering information on the 'SMART-CASE' 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

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http://www.okw.co.uk/products/okw/smart.htm

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OKW Enclosures Ltd

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