AttaBox adds mounting space to low-profile Heartland SL enclosures

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AttaBox Enclosures debuted a new line of polycarbonate enclosures, the Heartland SL series, built to solve application challenges with low-profile installation requirements. Heartland SL enclosures are ideal for tight spaces, and on exterior and interior building applications. They provide reliable protection of equipment in diverse, harsh, non-hazardous environments where installation space is at a premium.

Such low-profile applications include protection of equipment with minimal depth: routers and switches, wireless communications, electrical controls, measurement, monitoring, and security equipment.

Heartland SL polycarbonate enclosures are available in seven sizes and feature thick, durable side walls. Heartland SL enclosures accommodate existing panel designs, reduce unneeded depth and materials, optimize installations, and save space and cost. They can be configured with a hinged/screw cover or a hinged/ latched cover.

These enclosures also feature a nonmetallic hinge that does not penetrate the inside of the enclosure. Molded-in mounting feet or flange with added mounting cross and holes, and added embosses in the back for DIN rail mounting, provide ease-of-installation and reduce the need for costly on-site modification.

Heartland SL enclosures provide an ABS Back panel option to optimize wireless signal transmission, and multiple latch options available in fully non-metallic or stainless steel. They are available with either clear or opaque covers.

Heartland SL polycarbonate enclosures inhibitors provide effective protection from UV degradation and have an Operating Temperature Rating of -40°F to +248°F (-40°C to +120°C) and an Outdoor UV Exposure (UL 746C) (f1) rating.

Additional ratings include cULus per file #E319779 Type 1, 3R, 4, 4X, 6P*, 12 as well as UL50, UL50e, UL508A and IEC 60529: UL Listed per file #E362920 IP66, IP68. Certifications and Compliance include: cULus, CE, REACH, and RoHS.

— Solar Builder magazine








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