NEW PRODUCT – Flanged Weatherproof Enclosure With PG-7 Cable Glands

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NEW PRODUCT – Flanged Weatherproof Enclosure With PG-7 Cable Glands


Whether you’re raiding tombs or traversing nuclear fallout wastelands, this is the most heavy-duty enclosure for your project! Weatherproof? Check. Tough polycarbonate cover? Check. Built-in gasket seal? Oh yeah, check.

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Store your project safe and sound in this Flanged Weatherproof Enclosure. We especially like the machinable ABS plastic body, four mounting holes, and the easy-open screws that can be taken apart as many times as you wish without worrying about cracking or stripping. It’s a lot like our other Weatherproof Enclosure but has mounting flanges with holes for easy attachment. It also has two PG-7 cable glands ( built in! These allow weather-tight cables to enter/leave the enclosures with gaskets that keep dust out. This size is good for cables 0.118″ – 0.169″ diameter. )

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Adafruit Best-Friend-Forever (BFF) Akiba over at Freaklabs.org has a great tutorial about how to use cable glands to keep waterproof enclosures waterproof, even with power or data or sensor cables coming out. Please check it out for some excellent information about how to use them!

The enclosure measures 100 x 68 x 36mm externally. You can fit an Adafruit Metro, Raspberry Pi Zero, Feather, or a half-size Perma-Proto, but it won’t fit the bigger Raspberry Pi’s with the USB and Ethernet jacks.

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