Extruded enclosures combine plastic and aluminium housing

March 08, 2018 //By Julien Happich
Extruded enclosures combine plastic and aluminium housing
OKW's Smart-Terminal range of sophisticated extruded aluminium and plastic enclosures is only the second OKW range to combine aluminium extrusions with plastic.

It is designed for applications including peripheral and interface equipment, communications, safety engineering, biometrics, medical and laboratory technology, healthcare, measurement and control engineering. The units combines ultra-modern aesthetics with smart design and robust construction to create high quality enclosures with plenty of space for large volume touchscreens, display modules and PCBs. The enclosures can be used for desktop, handheld and wall mounted applications. Its large flat surfaces offer lots of options for installing interfaces. The matt anodised aluminium case body features a large recessed area on top for displays, membrane keypads and operating elements. Horizontal guide rails and T-groove screw channels are provided inside for fitting PCBs. The base is fitted by Torx T10 anti-tamper screws.

The two end covers are moulded from UV-stable ASA+PC-FR (standard colour lava grey) with deep recesses to protect cables and connectors. These covers sit snugly in designer soft-touch TPV seals (volcano grey or green as standard). Covers and seals are held in place by hidden Torx T10 screws.

The units are available in one width (170mm) and height (50mm) and three standard profile lengths: 160, 200 and 240mm. The covers add a further 42mm, bringing the enclosures’ total lengths to 202, 242 and 282mm. Accessories include: a case canting kit for an ergonomic reading angle of 12°; a wall suspension element for secure flush-mounting; a set of four M3 square-head PCB mounting nuts to fit the T-groove screw channels; a Torx T10 screwdriver.

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