Miniature PA66 enclosure, removable wall mounting bracket, Y3A3

This housing is suitable for temperature sensor, level sensor, electronic printed circuit or cartridge heater.

Dimensions 100 × 56 × 37 mm
Ingress protection

Mechanical protection

Housing raw material

Volume (cm³)

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Description

Red dimensions inside rectangular frames on drawings are used for accessories assembly.

Main features

This housing is suitable for temperature sensor, level sensor, electronic printed circuit or cartridge heater.

Size: 100 x 56 x 37mm

Volume: 208 cm³

Material: PA66

Ingress protection: IP69K

Mechanical impact resistance: IK10

 

Main references

3D models are available on request under .stp format

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Technical informations associated to this product

  • Electrical protection classes

    The housings are designed to protect electrical equipment located inside. This protection must be considered in the electrical and environmental angles.)
  • Technical introduction of connection blocks made in ceramic and polyamide

    Ceramic was the first insulating material used in the electrical connection terminals. Mechanically resistant, exceptionally fire resistant, excellent electrical insulator, it had all the qualifications. Produced from locally available raw materials, ceramic and porcelain glazed electro-technical parts were essential in the beginnings of electricity until the appearance of Bakelite in the 1930s, then of engineered thermoplastics to 1960.
  • Main properties of plastic raw materials used for enclosures

    The classic housings, with only 5 sides and a lid, require a long and costly layout, most of the time ignoring the application needs: security, fire resistance, water penetration, shocks, UV, temperature, etc.
  • Float level switches technical introduction

    Selecting a magnet for a level switch application must take into account the characteristics of the liquid in which it will be immersed, of the temperature at which it will be subjected, of its corrosion resistance, of the magnetic field required to operate the switch and its distance to the reed switches. Sintered magnets are shock and vibration sensitive, “bonded” magnets have a low temperature resistance due to the resins used to agglomerate, and Neodymium –Iron-Boron magnets contain 60-75% iron (amount is dependent on grade) and are therefore prone to corrosion.