27 Oct 2017

CamdenBoss BIM boxes available from JPR Electronics

Specialist distributors JPR Electronics are major stockists of CamdenBoss enclosures. The widely used “BIM” box is a high quality multipurpose ABS box available in a range of colours and sizes intended for enclosing small electronic assemblies, sensors, measuring and control equipment.

The lid and base are moulded in rugged ABS which can withstand operating temperatures up to +85°C. The enclosure offers excellent properties for drilling or machining and has a polished finish for ease of cleaning. Four M3 machine screws secure the lid to mating brass inserts in the base enabling reliable repetitive removal of the lid for battery replacement or function adjustments. Integral mounting guides are provided which accept 1.6cm PCBs and adaptors are included for horizontal PCB mounting.

The of CamdenBoss BIM box is available in black, grey and white with sizes ranging from 75 x 50 x 27mm to 250 x 200 x 64mm and available from stock from JPR Electronics

“JPR Electronics were one of the first distributors of CamdenBoss products in the UK and we have been selling their products since the early 1980’s. The BIM box is one of the most popular enclosures we sell and it widely used to house electronic, electrical and electromechanical products.” Says Paul Raynor, Director of JPR Electronics,” We stock a very wide range of CamdenBoss products available for fast delivery.”

The CamdenBoss product range available from JPR includes DIN Rail, handheld, multi-purpose and potting, diecast metal boxes, heavy duty, desktop, instrumentation, 19” and electrical enclosures, Raspberry Pi, Banana Pi and Arduino product cases.

JPR can also offer custom designed plastic enclosures, housings, covers, panels and parts without tooling. Custom enclosures are manufactured to specification from flat sheet plastic.

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