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Polycase expands line-up of waterproof electric enclosures

22 Jul 2014

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Polycase has released additional size options for its NEMA 4X rated WA, WC and WP series of waterproof electric enclosures featuring moulded on surface-mounting flanges. According to the company, the solutions provide electrical and electronic engineers more choices for both indoor and outdoor applications.

This brings the total to 84 variations of NEMA compliant electrical enclosures that can be purchased from the product line. The WA, WC and WP series are all UL listed to UL508-4X specifications.

Additional features of the NEMA 4X enclosures include brass inserts for cover on/off convenience, stainless steel screws and a silicone rubber gasket to provide electronics protection from harsh environmental factors such as dust, dirt and water.

NEMA 4X enclosure

The WC and WP series are moulded in flame-retardant UV stabilised polycarbonate, while the WA series is moulded in flame-retardant ABS plastic. Optional accessories for all three series include NEMA 4X cable glands and internal mounting panels.

Requirements for custom holes and slots for power cords and external peripheral attachments can be met quickly and within the same order. Polycase can add cutout or printing directly to the NEMA enclosures prior to shipping.

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