Hand-held cases from CamdenBoss offer quick and easy assembly

CamdenBoss is launching a new range of hand-held enclosures designed for use in battery-powered portable electronics applications. Featuring an innovative design for quick and easy assembly, the new 66 series Grip Cases are manufactured in the UK and offer a more cost-effective option than previous products.

The 66 series Grip Cases are moulded in black or light grey high impact ABS, UL94-V0 and feature screwless assembly via four soft-grip corners in TPE coated polypropylene. The soft grip corners are available in seven colours - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, grey and black - as standard to match corporate styles/logos. Custom colours are available to special order.

Features include a standardised battery compartment across the range including the smaller sizes, an enhanced EPDM rubber gasket to ensure easy fitting for IP65 leakproof protection (IP62 without gasket), optional retaining screws for additional security, recesses in lid and base for membrane keypads or overlays and PCB pillars in lid and base.

Six sizes are available measuring 145 × 95 × 25mm, 145 × 95 × 35mm, 185 × 110 × 25mm, 185 × 110 × 35mm, 200 × 120 × 25mm and 200 × 120 × 35mm. Each size can be supplied with or without battery compartment for PP3 or AA styles. A retaining screw for battery door is provided as standard where appropriate.

The new CamdenBoss 66 series Grip Cases are available immediately via all of the company's distributors. For more details please go to www.camdenboss.com.

CamdenBoss Ltd

60 James Carter Road
IP28 7DE

+44 (0)1638 716101



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