Bridgeville, Pa. TEKO Enclosures Inc. has introduced its miniature SNAP series enclosures for small electronic devices. Typical applications include RF and infra-red remote control systems, measurement devices, medical and wellness equipment, detection units, and personal security electronics.
The SNAP cases consist of three parts: the top molding, base molding and a clip-on battery compartment lid. The integral battery compartment will accept a 9-V cell. The cases are assembled by a single self-tapping screw and internal mounting studs are provided in the top molding. External dimensions measure 3.23 x 2.36 x 0.98 inches.
The cases are molded in light gray or black ABS (UL 94 HB). The top panel features a display window aperture for mounting LCD or LED displays with a press-in transparent polycarbonate window for protecting the displays. A red plastic end panel is fitted in the open end of the enclosure and is designed for infra-red applications. This reduces the circuit complexity and cost as the infra-red signal device can be fitted directly on the PCB rather than in the end of the enclosure, according to the company.
The SNAP enclosures may be supplied with additional holes for pushbuttons, connectors and other components, in addition to silk-screen printed legends and logos, and RFI/EMI shielding. The cases can also be molded or painted in alternative colors. Click the link for more information about the SNAP enclosures.
Standard prices start at $4.
TEKO, 1-800-965-9872, www.tekoenclosures.com