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.
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. )
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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