Plasticase Style H enclosures are stackable

Bud Industries introduces its first stackable plastic electronics enclosure, the Plasticase Style H, which features an interlocking design for no-slip stacking. Benefits include saving desktop or benchtop space. The design is suitable for housing components that must be mounted close together but not in the same enclosure because of electrical interference.

09/01/2007



Bud Industries introduces its first stackable plastic electronics enclosure, the Plasticase Style H, which features an interlocking design for no-slip stacking. Benefits include saving desktop or benchtop space. The design is suitable for housing components that must be mounted close together but not in the same enclosure because of electrical interference. As a stand-alone enclosure for small designs, Plasticase is an option to 19-in. rack enclosures. Recommended uses include monitoring or metering devices, test equipment, controllers, lab equipment, and medical equipment. Front and rear panels slide out for simple modifications such as adding keypads or read-out displays. Custom modification is possible before shipment. Durable construction features self-extinguishing ABS plastic with a UL94V-0 flammability rating, and a mar-resistant textured surface. Internal bosses permit PCB mounting. www.budind.com Bud Industries Inc.







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