42"" Plastic Enclosure with Hinged Door
Constructed with a robust, wireless transparent ABS plastic material, this lightweight, low-profile enclosure is designed to integrate wireless devices into traditional structured wiring installations., , The enclosure mounts easily for both surface and recessed applications, and the hinged door is equiped with extra venting along the vertical plane for superior heat disipation.
- Made with ABS plastic, the enclosure is designed to integrate wireless devices without interference.
- Extruded cover adds 1.2'' of depth for cable headroom and 3rd party device compatibility
- Universal mounting grid maximizes compatibility with 3rd party products without additional brackets.
- Extra venting along the vertical plane of the door allows for superior heat dissipation
- Staggered mounting tabs allow multiple enclosures to mount in adjacent stud bays
- Cover includes metal hinge that attaches to left or right side of enclosure in seconds.
- Lockable with provided screws.
- Tapered design allows enclosures and covers to stack for efficient transportation and warehousing
- UL listed.
|Countries Of Origin||China|
|RoHS Conformant||Yes||This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.|
|Product Environmental Profile||Yes|
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What is the fire rating for the 42” enp4250
Hello. They are not fire rated.
Date published: 2019-07-19
Will your 48845CC6 fit on here?
Hello, No it will not. That unit is meant to mount into a typical 19in rack mount space. It will not fit into the enclosure. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-04-19
What are the dimensions (distances between adjacent holes) of the "Universal Mounting Grid"? I cannot find any related CAD drawing fort it.
This is not an answer, but rather a request for clarification to the previously posted answer... The drawing shows the door, but I need the other part (the base?) where the door is attached. One of the features of "the base" is "Universal Mounting Grid" and it has 4 vertical rows of mounting holes. So I need CAD drawing for that base part.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Are there alternative ways of mounting "devices" in the inclosure without using mounting brackets? The device that I have in mind has 2 mounting holes that you normally use with screws, slightly sticking out from the wall.
Hello, We do not provide alternative methods of mounting devices. The enclosure is designed to mount On-Q product which uses a variety mounting brackets that are spaced and designed to mount into the enclosur . It's certainly possible to mount alternate or third party product using screws and we do carry some universal mounting brackets meant to hold modems and other third party units with Velcro but other than that, it's not a generally supported application. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-09-16
What size screws should be used to mount the door? My package did not come with the door mount screws.
Hello, For the hinged door, it would be the 6-32x .375 pan head screw. These screws are generally bigger than the holes on the enclosure but this is normal as these are cut screws that will cut into the metal of the enclosure along with the paint to hold the cover on properly. This is a UL requirement. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-03-04
Will this unit fit between standard 2" x 4" studs?
Hello, The unit is designed to go in between 16inch on center studs. So the width of the unit is 14 inches. As long as the spacing is correct, it should fit. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-02-20
Will the On-Q AC1015 work with this cabinet? I'm looking for some sort of RJ45 patch panel inside the cabinet. Also looking for a full width shelf..... prefer not to make something.
Hello, Yes, the AC1015 will work with all of our Non-MDU plastic enclosures. Including the one you listed. Thank you.
Date published: 2018-11-26
The previous person asked about mounting modem, etc inside enclosure.Tech support answered "putting a devices in here with wifi signal will severely reduce your range and strength. ? Marketing materials state "Constructed of Wi-Fi transparent plastic" ?
Hello, I do apologize for the confusion. Mounting a wireless device into the plastic enclosure WILL NOT affect the signal range of the device. The Plastic enclosure is specifically designed to work with wireless devices. Only our metal enclosures would suffer from that issue. Thanks.
Date published: 2018-08-31