Avon, Ohio, March 15, 2013 – Polycase announces the release of internal mounting panels for the WH series of NEMA 4X plastic enclosures. The new mounting option ensures boxes’ waterproof integrity is maintained. The aluminum panels, which are 0.06 inch thick, attach directly to mounting bosses inside the base of the enclosures by using screws that come included. These panels give the option to allow electrical engineers to mount hardware inside of the enclosure without puncturing the exterior. This ensures that the NEMA 4X rating is not compromised on the box.
With far-reaching experience in CNC machining, Polycase modifies the mounting panels with cutouts that include threaded holes, per customer requirements. Customers can self-generate pricing for cutouts and printing on all Polycase products by using the online quick quote tool.
The WH Series is made to meet NEMA 1, 2, 4, and 4X specifications and IP66 of IEC529 requirements. The cover is hinges and allows for no-hassle access to inside components. The gasketed design makes for the outdoor-use electrical enclosures ideal for use in many adverse conditions including wet, dry, or corrosive environments.
Priced as low as $5.94 per enclosure, five sizes of enclosures are available. Ranging from 5.11 x 3.93 x 2.75 inches to 11.81 x 7.87 x 6.29 inches, there are 3 versions offered for each size:
Gray ABS plastic enclosure for indoor use
Gray PC/PBT blended plastic enclosure for outdoor use
Gray PC/PBT blended plastic base with a clear PC cover for outdoor use
These outdoor use enclosures are UL508-4x Listed. The WH Series enclosures consist of an all-plastic double latch design, molded-in padlocking feature, and include a stainless steel surface-mounting flange kit.
Since 1951, Polycase has been providing packaging solutions to the electronics industry. Offering over 2100 variations of enclosures from simple potting boxes to heavy-duty industrial NEMA rated electronic enclosures, Polycase continues to grow and innovate their ever expanding product lines and services to anticipate electronics designers’ needs. For more information, please visit the Polycase Website.