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Hammond Electronic Instrument Flame Retardant Enclosure Grey 113x63x31mm

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About this product

Overview

  • Flanged lid is perfect for wall or shelf mounting and enclosure security
  • Designed for mounting printed circuit boards horizontally
  • Strong tongue and groove lid to box construction provides IP54 protection

Product overview

• Flanged lid is perfect for wall or shelf mounting and enclosure security• Designed for mounting printed circuit boards horizontally• Strong tongue and groove lid to box construction provides IP54 protection• Lid and box both contain 4 moulded in PC board standoffs• Smooth internal sides for easy connector installation

A multi-purpose enclosure moulded in flame retardant ABS plastic featuring a tongue and groove lid to box construction, which provides protection against dust accumulation and splashing water. The flanged lid is perfect for wall or shelf mounting and enclosure security. The enclosure is moulded from easy to machine, flame retardant ABS plastic (material carries a UL flammability rating of 94V-0). The lid is secured with M3 x 10mm Philips machine screws, threaded into tapped integral brass bushes. Internal sides of enclosure are smooth for easy connector installation.

Specification

Stock Code: Description: Colour: L (mm) W (mm) H (mm)
N13GC 1591XXBFLGY Grey 113 63 31

What are the internal dimensions?

Asked by: Bill
The walls of the unit would be approximately 4mm thick, so that would be subtracted from the initial measurement.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2015-09-24
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