DIN rail adapters for plastic enclosures

OKW has launched two new adapters that enable any small plastic enclosure to be mounted on a DIN rail – saving space and speeding up installations.

They are suitable for a huge range of electronics applications including automation; Industry 4.0/smart factory; building and safety technology; HVAC; automatic timers, sensors, relays and lighting control; sub-rack interfaces, electronics modules, amplifiers and transformers.

The new DIN rail adapter B6811751 is designed to fit TH35, TH15 and G32 DIN rails. It can be screwed to the back of the enclosure (wall thickness 3mm) using two screws (supplied) and then located on the rail. The adapter is moulded from PA 66 (UL 94 V-0) in black (RAL 9005) as standard.

The second Adapter (B1300017, off-white or B1300019, black) fits TH35 and G32 rails. It was designed for OKW’s IP 66 Robust-Box and Toptec universal plastic enclosures but can be fitted to other OKW housings, notably the new Evotec designer table-top enclosures (shown in the picture).

The fastening element is supplied with two screws requiring 3mm diameter boreholes. It is moulded from PA 6 in off-white and black as standard.

OKW offers a wide range of DIN rail enclosure accessories and options.

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