Electronic Enclosures can sustain UV exposure.

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Made of polycarbonate, Electronic enclosures are operated from -40°C to +85°C temperature range. Featuring one or two M12 inserts, cable gland and faceplate, units are IP66, IP67 and NEMA 6 rated. Equipped with PCB lock, product is suitable for vehicles, rugged industrial wireless and small cell installations applications. Enclosures can be mounted on wall and poles.


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Electronics Enclosures for Rugged Applications: Environmental Case System (ECS) Protects Against Extreme Elements

Phoenix Contact's newest enclosure system protects electronics from potentially damaging elements commonly found in outdoor applications and extreme indoor environments. The two-piece, sealed environmental case system creates IP66, IP67, and NEMA 6 ratings with a latch or screw-locking method.

The enclosure has integrated connection options with one or two M12 inserts, as well as an option for a cable gland. Alternatively, a blank faceplate can be modified to accommodate any sealed connector that fits within the housing profile. The polycarbonate (PC) enclosure withstands rapid temperature swings, UV exposure, and extreme temperatures of -40°C to +85°C. The integrated connection technology simplifies packaging devices intended for control on vehicles, rugged industrial wireless applications, and even small cell installations.

The ECS also offers a PCB lock which prevents falls and allows for easy maintenance. Using an accessory, the ECS can be readily mounted to a pole or a wall without compromising its ease of PCB repair or replacement.

Learn more at www.phoenixcontact.com/ecs.

Contact:

Phoenix Contact

586 Fulling Mill Road

Middletown, PA, 17057

Url: www.phoenixcontact.com

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