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Attabox 14x12x6 Polycarbonate Enclosure (Opaque Cover)

  • SKU: AH14126
  • Manufacturer: ATTABOX
  • Spec Sheet: Download
  • Availability: 58 In Stock    (updated live)
$‎105.00

Specifications AH14126

Material (Box & Cover) Polycarbonate with UV inhibitors
Cover Screw Size#10-32 x 5/8
Cover Screw Material304 Stainless Steel
Back Panel Screw Size#10-32x3/8
Cover Screw Torque20-24 in.-lbs.
Gasket MaterialNeoprene rope style
Hinge and Latch HardwarePolycarbonate with UV inhibitors
Metal InsertsAll threaded brass inserts accepting #10-32 screws
Mounting BossesPanel mounting capability for fixed rear panel
Mounting Feet Inserts1/4-20x1/2
Mounting Feet Torque14-16in.-lbs
Side Mount SolutionsVariable height side mount capability
Soft Edge DesignRounded edges, minimal protrusions or exposed pocket areas for assembly of dust and debris

INDUSTRY STANDARDS
Chemical ResistanceProvide Link to Chemical Resistance Charts
Flammability RatingUL94-5VA
Self ExtinguishingNon-halogenated, non-flame propagating
Temperature Range(-20°F to +240°F) (-29°C to +115°C)
UL/cUL File #E319779
Impact Rating (IK10)No
CSA Std. C22.2 File #No
IEC 60529 RatingsIP66
NEMA Ratings (UL508A, UL50 & UL50e)1, 3R, 4, 4X, 12
NFPA No. 101 Flame SpreadN/A
Outdoor UV Exposure (UL 746C)(f1) Rated
Plenum Space Rating (UL 2043)No
UL 1741 File #No

Attabox AH14126

14X12X6 Polycarbonate Enclosure (Opaque Cover)

Attabox Ah14126 Heartland Series Enclosure With Opaque

AH14126 - Enclosure, 14"Hx12"Wx6"D, N4X/6P, Polycarbonate, Hinged Non-Metal Snap Latch Cover, Less Inner Panel

Features:

  • Easy to remove lid
  • Molded in bosses
  • Latches and hinges do not penetrate enclosure
  • High Performance Inserts
  • Integrated lock hasp
  • Multi-directional mounting feet
  • Flat lid surface for easy HMI/pilot device mounting for NEMA Enclosures
  • Standards: C/US UL listed, UL 1741 compliant, UL 508A listed, UL file number E319779, 5VA flammability, F1 UV-light
  • Applications: Certified protection for the most extreme environments