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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
G520846G050 Newark / element14 MCLEAN COOLING Not Provided MCLEAN COOLING - G520846G050 - SEALED ENCLOSURE; STAINLESS STEEL; GREY
G521216G050 Newark / element14 HOFFMAN ENCLOSURES Not Provided HOFFMAN ENCLOSURES - G521216G050 - SEALED ENCLOSURE; STAINLESS STEEL; GREY
G521246G050 Newark / element14 MCLEAN COOLING Not Provided MCLEAN COOLING - G521246G050 - SEALED ENCLOSURE; STAINLESS STEEL; GREY
G521226G050 Newark / element14 MCLEAN COOLING Not Provided MCLEAN COOLING - G521226G050 - SEALED ENCLOSURE; STAINLESS STEEL; GREY
DCS-11902 Allied Electronics, Inc. BUD INDUSTRIES INC Not Provided Enclosure;Sealed;Dual-Compartment;Screw-On Cover;7.28Hx8.39Wx4.11D
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  • The Basics of Enclosure Design (.pdf)
    fasteners such as machine screws or sheet metal screws. However, in some cases welded flanges are desired. Spot welding would be used in cases. where disassembly is not required. Fully seam welded edges may also be a requirement,. especially if the application requires a more tightly sealed enclosure
  • Enclosure Heaters: "Life Insurance" for Electronics
    become standard in many applications. However, just as critical and widely underestimated, are failures caused by the formation of moisture. Under certain climatic circumstances, moisture can build up not only in outdoor or poorly insulated enclosures, but also in highly protected and well-sealed
  • Sealed tight but sounds right
    There are numerous ways of getting audible alerts out of sealed cabinets. You've verified your equipment design meets all the relevant environmental standards. The enclosure is sealed tight against all outside conditions. As you tick off each specification, there's a nagging feeling you've
  • Enclosures: Critical Specification Factors
    certified drain in combination with a device that can actually pull moisture out of the air inside a sealed enclosure.   For an example of an enclosure that was designed to accommodate a variety of environmental conditions, see the video below of the Hoffman WeatherFlo HD — an enclosure designed
  • Cooling Systems for Electronic Enclosures
    , inexpensive. Cons: Cannot cool below ambient. Efficient, cost-effective cooling can be realized through. heat pipe assembly systems. These air-to-air heat. exchangers remove waste heat from sealed electrical. panels and enclosures to protect sensitive electronic. components without exposing them
  • Best Gasket types for sealing enclosures
    per foot. Fundamentals of Sealing. Compression Force – In order to seal; a gasket must exert some force. on the surfaces to be sealed. gasket. A minimum force is required to provide sealing. frame. door. The force the gasket exerts on the door is. generated by compressing the gasket. This force
  • Multi-point Latching
    Conventional and unconventional ways to optimize multi-point latching for NEMA 4 and GR 487 enclosures for lower cost and better sealed enclosures. Microsoft PowerPoint - multi-point latching.ppt Multi-Point Latching. This is needed primarily where an enclosure. must be sealed against water
  • Field Applications: Keeping Your Enclosure Cool
    equipment or a hot spot. Air Conditioning. For most cooling applications, a combination. of natural air removal and fans and/or blow-. ers will do the trick. For critical and thermally. sensitive applications, and also for sealed cab-. inets, air conditioners or cabinet coolers are. used to keep
  • MITIGATE CONDENSATION DAMAGE TO ENSURE OPTIMAL LIFE FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    Electrical and electronic equipment, as well as components, are typically housed in an electrical enclosure designed to provide protection from the external environment. However, even with a sealed enclosure the introduction of moisture and water can result from a variety of circumstances. Once
  • ENSURE PRODUCT AND OPERATIONS INTEGRITY BY SELECTING THE PROPER ENCLOSURE FOR WASHDOWN ENVIRONMENTS
    washdowns and be checked periodically for. resiliency loss and compression. Likewise, all holes, cutouts and components must be completely sealed with. materials meeting the aforementioned requirements. Conduit and/or controls. entering the enclosure can be protected with UL Type 4X-certified

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