Specify METCASE TECHNOMET Instrument Enclosures In Custom Colours

Specify METCASE TECHNOMET Instrument Enclosures In Custom Colours

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METCASE’s advanced TECHNOMET instrument enclosures can be specified in custom colors – even in low volumes. Options range from trim and bezel highlights to bespoke colors for the whole enclosure.

TECHNOMET desktop and portable instrument enclosures are ideal for medical and wellness devices, test and measurement equipment, industrial control, peripheral devices and interfaces, switchboxes, communications and laboratory equipment.

They are engineered to fine tolerances to offer modern and cohesive design. Diecast front and rear bezels fit flush with the case body for a smooth appearance. Snap-on trims hide the fixing screws. All sizes are available with either a tilt/swivel carry handle (that doubles as a desk stand) or ABS side handles. Three sizes offer a sloping front bezel.

TECHNOMET’s base panel is pre-fitted with four M3 PCB mounting pillars – and the internal chassis is pre-punched for installing snap-in PCB guides (accessories) in three, five, seven or nine positions. The removal rear panel is recessed to protect connectors and switches; the accessory anodised front panel is also recessed to protect keypads and displays. All case panels are fitted with M4 threaded pillars for earthing connectors. Each enclosure is supplied with four ABS feet with non-slip pads.

The aluminium enclosures are available in 11 sizes from 225 x 200 x 75 mm to 350 x 320 x 150 mm. The standard colours are light grey (RAL 7035) or anthracite (RAL 7016) – and ‘always in stock’ custom colours cost no more than standard. Prices start at £89.

Accessories include front panels, a PCB mounting kit, PCB guides and PCB/panel fixing screws.

In addition to special colours, customising options include bespoke sizes, CNC punching/machining, fixings and inserts, digital printing of legends and logos.

View the METCASE website for further information: www.metcase.co.uk

Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

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