Vertical holding bracket can be fitted to walls or machines

22nd August 2017
Source: ROLEC
Posted By : Alice Matthews
Vertical holding bracket can be fitted to walls or machines

A new vertical holding bracket has been added to ROLEC's range of accessories available for its mobilCASE aluminium electronic enclosures. The new holder can be fitted to walls or machines and it is moulded from black polyamide as standard. ROLEC mobilCASE was designed primarily for handheld electronics (IP65) – instruments and controllers – but it can also be used for desktop and wall mounted applications (IP54).

Two versions are available – a one-part closed profile for rapid insertion of PCBs or a two-part open profile for easy installation of components. Each case body is recessed on both sides to accommodate a membrane keypad or product label.

ROLEC mobilCASE is available in three standard widths (80, 100, 130mm) in six sizes ranging from 120x118x80mm to 240x168x130mm.

Each case is manufactured from extruded aluminium (silver metallic powder coating) with diecast zinc alloy end covers (black RAL 9005 powder coating). Two types of end cover are available.

Accessories include the new vertical holding bracket, battery holders (x2 or x4 AA cells), end covers, shoulder strap, desktop tilt stands, hinged brackets, an adaptor for fitting two enclosures together and a cable gland (M16).

ROLEC mobilCASE is easily customisable because its extruded construction means customers can specify it in their preferred length.

Customisation services include CNC machining, custom colours, anodising, printing, engraving/laser engraving, EMC shielding, membrane keypads and a full assembly service.


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