CamdenBoss broadens its Room Sensor Enclosure range

CamdenBoss has introduced two new sizes to its popular Room Sensor Enclosure range, with three available size options. These new enclosures are available in external dimensions: 74x74x25.5mm (Size 2) and 51x51x25.5mm (Size 3), these sit alongside the existing 86x86x25.5mm (Size 1) . All the sizes are available as a vented or solid option and offered in three standard colours: white, black or grey.

The new size 2 features rotation keyhole mounts and four countersunk corner holes, enabling the enclosure to be mounted directly to a wall, ideal for air detection and monitoring. Size 3 features two countersunk corner holes for wall mounting. The mounting holes are featured on the base enabling it to be easily fixed to a surface and the lid of the enclosure is quick to assemble and simply snapped into place.

The Room Sensor Enclosures are perfect for domestic and commercial IoT and smart electronics, PIR’s, environmental and air sensors and digital controls. Wire entry knockout points on the rear keep cables neat and tidy, whilst maintaining the stylish, aesthetic look of the enclosure.

As part of their new product introduction process CamdenBoss has taken into consideration the future market demands and developed enclosures that are suitable for smart devices, whilst still offering designers and engineers practicality through features and benefits.

Need your Room Sensor Enclosure customised? CamdenBoss offer a full in-house customisation service, complete with CNC machining, product coating and digital printing.

CamdenBoss Ltd

60 James Carter Road
Mildenhall
Bury St Edmunds
IP28 7DE
UNITED KINGDOM

0 1638 716 101

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https://www.camdenboss.com

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