IP-rated enclosures with display windows

2nd March 2020
Alex Lynn

Industrial electronic enclosures manufacturer ROLEC has announced that it now offers a wider range of standard and customisable IP-rated enclosures with windows for standard display modules and panels. ROLEC’s diecast aluminium, GRP and plastic enclosures are well suited for command electronics, IoT/IIoT, Industry 4.0, smart factory technology, process automation and machine control.

Smart new profiPANEL (IP 65) HMI enclosures can be mounted on a suspension arm or wall pivot. They are made to measure in any plan size up to 800x800mm and in eight depths from 60 to 300mm. They can be supplied with the front plate fully machined to suit standard display panels from manufacturers such as Siemens, Beckhoff and more.

ROLEC aluDISC (IP 66/67) is the world’s first round diecast aluminium enclosure for industrial electronics. It can be mounted ‘lid closed’ to protect the seal and electronics during installation. The lid can be machined for displays and an optional hinged cover is available to provide extra protection.

Multi-purpose starCASE (IP 66) can be mounted on walls, bulkheads or machines. The enclosures can be installed ‘lid closed’. Hinged covers conceal and protect the fixing and lid screws. Robust starCASE is moulded from flame-retardant Luran (ASA+PC) as standard. Again, these enclosures can be supplied fully machined to suit standard industrial display modules fitted into the lid.

ROLEC’s polyDOOR (IP 66) GRP enclosures are highly resistant to chemicals. Clear display windows are available as standard in all eight sizes (140x120x100mm to 320x200x120mm). Features also include integrated lid hinges and a choice of lid fixings.

As well as providing windows for display panels, ROLEC’s customising service also includes CNC machining for connections and controls, painting, printing of legends and logos, laser processing, EMC shielding, special materials, membrane keypads and full assembly.

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