Chatsworth’s RMR modular industrial enclosure is engineered to mount, store and protect equipment, automation electronics, electrical controls and instrumentation in nonhazardous indoor locations. It meets NEMA Type 12 and IP-55 ratings.
FSR’s 1-ft.-by-2-ft. CB-12 classroom ceiling enclosure drops into any standard drop ceiling installation and provides electrical connections, AV equipment installation and AV and data signal routing above the ceiling. It has three additional unswitched receptacles inside.
Charles Industries’ CFIT-Flex series compact universal enclosures may be wall-, pole-, strand- or pedestal-mounted and configured to meet a variety of fiber, copper or coaxial distribution applications. It features a universal backplane, interchangeable feed and drop cable port plates.
EPI Electrical Enclosures and Engineering’s NEMA 3R 10-ft.-wide-by-8-ft.-high-by-5-ft.-deep, 10,000A pad-mounted bussed secondary serves large energy users such as malls, schools and office buildings. It has an angle-frame construction with 12-gauge steel sheeting applied, and it is painted inside and out. C-110 silver-plated solid copper is held in place by 600v, 3¾-in. insulators.
Snake Tray’s CM 708-SK-0622 recessed wall-mounted enclosure features a plexiglass window for storing wireless transmitters in dorm rooms, general office spaces and hospitality environments. It provides a secure 14-in.-wide-by-14-in.-high space for equipment up to 3 in. deep.
Snake Tray’s CM-708-SK-0330 basic ceiling mount- enclosure installs in 2-by-2-ft., 2-by-4 -ft. and 2-by-6-ft. drop ceilings. It has 6 RU of standard 19-in. passive rack-mountable space and is fitted with a horizontal cable slack manager. The lockable, secure door has a 50-lb.-plus capacity and can be customized. The cover opens with two built-in pneumatic cylinders.