Enclosures

New IP 65 Extruded Aluminium Enclosures from TEKO

26th October 2012
ES Admin
TEKO have extended their ‘TEKAM’ range of extruded aluminium enclosures with new IP 65 rated models. To achieve this higher protection class the company has added a range of optional sealing gaskets which are moulded in six different colours The optional colours also allow colour coding and branding.
The TEKAM’ enclosures are modern and robust, and are designed for fast installation of the electronics. The all aluminium design allows good levels of EMC protection to be implemented.

Typical applications will include hand held test and measurement devices, RF equipment, wall mounted monitoring systems and security devices.

Each enclosure consists of an extruded case body with two diecast end panels which are assembled by four or eight self-tapping screws. The case extrusion includes a series of internal guide rails for mounting slide-in PCBs.

Customers can specify the enclosures with flat end panels for hand held or portable use, or end panels with integrated wall mounting flanges. The new sealing gaskets are used to seal the case extrusion and end panels.

‘TEKAM enclosures are available in an extensive range of standard sizes with external dimensions from 70 x 60 x 31 mm to 175 x 106 x 46 mm. Two standard colours are offered off-white, RAL 9002 or black, RAL 9004. Standard prices start at £17.

Recessed areas on both sides of the case extrusion, and on the front face of the end panels, can be used for mounting membrane keypads or product labels. The end panels with wall mounting ears include two pre-drilled fixing holes for easy fitting to a wall or mounting surface. The end panels can also be used for mounting RF antennas.

TEKO can supply the ‘TEKAM’ enclosures fully customised with additional holes for push-buttons, connectors and controls, plus silk-screen printed legends and logos. The cases can also be painted in alternative colours.

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