Tough, IP-rated plastic enclosures are becoming increasingly popular for industrial electronics because they’re light, cost-effective and insulated. Find out which plastics are best for your application and compare enclosure models.
New aluDOOR has built on our previous design successes and taken diecast aluminum industrial enclosures to the next level. At the heart of this evolution are important design details that stand out as crucial differentiators.
Advanced aluDOOR is ideal for applications as diverse as factory automation, sensors and detection, ship technology, railway systems, machine control, robotics and flow metering. View customized examples of these advanced IP-rated enclosures.
Compare our highly attractive and versatile profiPANEL HMI/Controller enclosures and the compatible profiPLUS 50/70 modular suspension arm systems. These are designed for the latest display/HMI machine building applications.
Compare our two unique round enclosure systems: robust aluDISC diecast aluminum enclosures and modern technoDISC plastic housings. These are designed for the latest industrial instrumentation, control systems, automation and IIoT applications.
Compare our two designer enclosure systems: robust aluCASE diecast aluminum enclosures which is available in a large range of sizes, and modern and discreet starCASE plastic housings with no visible fixing screws. Both housing systems are designed for the latest industrial electronics equipment mounted on walls, machines and bulkheads, and also used indoors or outside.
You need a tough metal enclosure to protect your electronics from hard knocks and water ingress. But which enclosures are best for your application – aluminum or stainless steel? Find out here….
Are you on ‘aluminum autopilot’ when specifying enclosures for industrial electronics? Discover how tough plastic enclosures can be a smart alternative. Compare similar plastic vs aluminum enclosure models.
Industrial hazards don’t play fair. They seldom threaten your electronics one by one. They attack in force. They gang up on you. So your electronic devices may have to survive multiple assaults simultaneously – heavy impact, high (or low) temperatures, water and dust ingress, chemicals. Here’s how to protect your industrial electronics.
Handheld enclosures tend to be associated with soft-contoured plastics…but heavy industrial environments need something much tougher. Metal is the obvious choice, and it need not mean sacrificing ergonomics. You’d be surprised how comfortable a well-designed metal enclosure can feel – even when the device is being held for long periods of time.
Discover how best to specify customized (or custom) enclosures for your industrial electronics…compare IP vs NEMA ratings…read about the latest new suspension arms. All in our most-read blog posts of 2021.
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