New DNCB Range DIN Rail Mounting Enclosures from Hylec- APL have snap on kits for quick assembly
07 November 2016
Hylec-APL, the specialist supplier of electrical components and enclosures, has announced a new series of DIN Rail Mounting Enclosures. The DNCB Range features snap-on bases and terminal covers for quick, easy assembly and is suitable for electromechanical and electronic applications.
For electronic applications, the DNCB Range is suitable for PCBs up to 1.6mm thick, with slots which hold up to three PCBs horizontally or between two and four vertically. There is an option for incorporating a screw-mounted heat sink. The range offers a choice of solid or vented open tops: solid tops can be either perforated or non-perforated; alternatively a slotted option is available. A major benefit offered by this robust, high-quality enclosure range is ease of assembly – snap-on terminal covers and snap-on bases save time. The snap-on terminal covers have slots for pitches 5/7.5/10 and knockout holes for pitch 5/10. DNCB enclosures are manufactured from flame-retardant UL94-0 polycarbonate with a grey RAL 7035 body and a choice of either grey, transparent red or clear covers. They are available in three sizes: 36 cm, 53.5 cm and 71 cm long, each 90cm wide by 100 cm high. DNCB enclosures can be customised to suit individual requirements.
Hylec-APL specialises in the manufacture and supply of electrical components including connectors and terminal blocks, weatherproof connectors, cable glands, enclosures and control components. The company also supplies Retex 19in and other racking products.
Hylec-APL has over 30 years of experience, supplying electrical components to major OEMs and CEMs (electrical and electronic), wholesalers and specialist & catalogue distributors. Essential to the company's strategy is the ability to develop long term business partnerships with customers; this is reinforced by a policy of active field sales, a large inventory of available parts and an all-pervasive service culture.
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