Phoenix Contact Environmental Case Systems | Tech Specs
Phoenix Contact's environmental case system (ECS) enclosures can be used nearly anywhere to house and protect PCBs.
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Phoenix Contact's ECS Enclosures
Phoenix Contact's environmental case system (ECS) enclosures can be used nearly anywhere as they provide ingress protection up to IP67, optional venting, are rated for temperatures from negative 40 to positive 85 degrees Celsius, and can be mounted to walls or poles. The faceplate, which is offered with robust latch or screw lock mechanisms and tamper protection, is available with 1 or 2 M12 nuts, a cable gland, or as a blank for applications that require customization or simply don’t need external connections. Internally, the enclosures can house PCBs up to 121 by 154 millimeters and up to 2.36 mm thick, with available locking clips to retain the PCB when the faceplate is removed.
- Ingress protection up to IP67
- -40°C to +85°C operating temperature range
- Easy wall or pole mounting
- Robust latch or screw faceplate lock mechanism for high functional reliability
- Faceplate options: 1 or 2 M12 nuts, cable gland (6-12 mm), blank
- 121 mm x 154 mm max PCB size, up to 2.36 mm thick
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