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QuestionsCategory: Questions - Chris LloydEnclosures that can have a PCB?
Christian Southall asked 3 years ago

Just curious what enclosure you would suggest if i was mounting a PCB inside of it? 

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Chris Lloyd Staff answered 3 years ago

Hello Christian,
Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are essential for the electrical connection and mechanical support of electronic components, which is why it is crucial to select suitable structures where they can be safely installed and housed. A key element to look for when specifying PCB mounting options is the ability to maintain the structural integrity of the PCB and the enclosure. This feature help users make sure that their electrical equipment functions correctly and is sufficiently protected against environmental conditions.
To offer a suitable solution that addresses these needs, Spelsberg developed TK MLH-55/75 and TK DST  accessories to mount PCBs within the TK range of enclosures made of polycarbonate (PC) and Polystyrene (PS). By using this equipment, it is possible to install boards within enclosures without having to drill holes.
You can look at the product specifications of our PCB holder here: https://www.spelsberg.co.uk/accessories/spelsberg-general-accessories/19411001/
By choosing this set-up, users can also benefit from the numerous advantages offered by TK enclosures. These, available in a multiple sizes and fully customisable, offer optimum UV protection and resistance to elevated temperatures. They can also feature ingress protection (IP) up to IP66 against dust and water ingress as well as IK07/IK08 protection against external mechanical stresses. Furthermore, they can be equipped with a transparent lid to read any PCB display without the need to open the structure.
To learn more about the features of Spelsberg’s TK series of industrial enclosures, visit: https://www.spelsberg.co.uk/highlights/industrial-enclosures/
If you have additional questions or requirements about our TK range and their PCB holders, please feel free to send me a private message to discuss them.