Not all enclosure manufacturers build their housings with recessed lids. Many don’t bother when it comes to their electrical enclosure ranges. ROLEC is different. All their latest housings have recesses – including those aimed at the electrical market rather than electronics.
We think it’s important. Not least because labels that sit proud on flat lids have a nasty habit of getting scuffed and curling up at the edges.
But by far the most important function of a recess is to accurately locate a membrane keypad. So the recesses on ROLEC enclosures take up virtually the entire lid, enabling you to fit bigger keypads with greater functionality or larger buttons.
It’s a design feature you’ll find across the ROLEC aluminum enclosure ranges – whether you specify an aluCASE ‘go anywhere’ IP 69K and IP 67 box or a click-to-fit aluCLIC housing (also IP 67/ 69K).
ROLEC has even made recessed lids a feature of aluDISC – the world’s first round standard aluminum electronic enclosures. And lid recesses are not just reserved for metal enclosures. They’re also standard on ROLEC’s plastic enclosures: starCASE, technoCASE and techoBOX (all IP 66).
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