In this article, CamdenBoss highlights the versatility offered by today’s enclosure marketplace and then focusses on the attributes of specific enclosure series
With choices ranging from weatherproof and robust, to handheld and versatile, the variety offered by today’s enclosure market means the decision to choose the right enclosure for a project is stronger than ever. As ranges across the market become increasingly alike, CamdenBoss encourages customers to explore the differentiation offered by Takachi’s new suite.
Weatherproof enclosures are compulsory for outdoor devices. A product needs to be waterproof, rustproof and UV-resistant to demonstrate its outdoor capabilities. Demand for weatherproof enclosures is rising as outdoor monitoring applications become a necessity for many businesses and individuals. Takachi’s 73 and 74 series are designed to ensure enclosures are safe and protected due to high-level safety ratings, product versatility and options for pole or wall mounting. These products provide the security that internal components are protected against rain and direct sunlight.
Over recent years, demand for products such as key fobs, sensors and IoT devices has grown rapidly. From temperature monitoring to air clarity control, demand for handheld enclosures continues to accelerate. Takachi’s 98 and 99 series suit handheld enclosure applications. The ergonomic 98 series is ideal for key fobs and portable devices, while the 99 series features a robust structure and snap-in bracket, allowing pole or wall mounting. Both enclosures are IP40, while the off-white models are manufactured from weather-resistant ASA UL94HB which suits direct sunlight.
In addition to durability, these enclosures are designed to be aesthetically pleasing with sleek, modern profiles. Enclosures can be customised through CamdenBoss’ in-house services including engraving, colour printing and cut outs. CamdenBoss’ processes are located in a single 118,530ft² facility in Suffolk, including a recent investment in new injection moulding machinery.