Standardgehäuse / ENC10/12
ENC10/12 Weather-Resistant Enclosure, 10 x 12 inches
Robust und vielseitig
Geräte von Campbell können bequem eingebaut werden
wetter wasser energie gas flux and turbulence bauwerke boden

Überblick

Das Enc10/12 ist ein wetterfestes Gehäuse, 25,4 cm breit und 30,5cm hoch. Es ist das kleinste unserer Gehäuse und kann einen kleinen Logger, eine Stromversorgung und ein kleines Peripheriegerät aufnehmen. Oder es kann für ein Gerät verwendet werden, dass separat vom Logger aufgbaut werden soll. 

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Funktionen und Vorteile

  • Wasserdicht zum Schutz der Instrumente
  • Rückwand so ausgelegt, dass Komponenten von Campbell Scientific leicht und sicher montiert werden können
  • Weisse, UV-stabile Gehäuse reflektieren die Sonnenstrahlen und reduzieren so Temperaturgradienten im Gehäuse ohne dass ein weiterer Strahlungsschutz nötig ist

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Technische Beschreibung

The ENC10/12's backplate is prepunched with one-inch-on-center holes suitable for attaching a datalogger, power supply, and a communications or measurement and control peripheral.

Spezifikationen

Color White (Reflects solar radiation, reducing temperature gradients inside the enclosure without using a separate radiation shield.)
Construction Fiberglass-reinforced polyester enclosure with door gasket, external grounding lug, stainless-steel hinge, and lockable hasps
Enclosure Classification NEMA 4X (before being modified for cable entry)
Number of Cable-Entry Seals 1 medium, 2 small
Dimensions
  • 30.5 x 25.4 x 11.4 cm (12 x 10 x 4.5 in.) internal
  • 34.06 x 29.03 x 13.23 cm (13.41 x 11.43 x 5.21 in.) external
Weight 4.1 kg (9.0 lb)

Kompatibel mit

Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.

Datenlogger

Product Compatible Note
CR1000 (retired) Although the CR1000 is compatible, this data logger can only fit inside the ENC10/12 if it is mounted vertically rather than horizontally.
CR200X (retired)
CR216X (retired)
CR300
CR3000 The ENC10/12 is compatible with the CR3000 using the -NB option (base with no battery). Similar to the CR800/CR850 and CR1000, the CR3000 must be mounted vertically rather than horizontally. No space remains in the enclosure for additional peripherals.
CR5000 (retired)
CR6
CR800 Although the CR800 is compatible, this data logger can only fit inside the ENC10/12 if it is mounted vertically rather than horizontally.
CR850 Although the CR850 is compatible, this data logger can only fit inside the ENC10/12 if it is mounted vertically rather than horizontally.
CR9000X (retired)

Peripheriegeräte

Product Compatible Note
AM25T
SDM-CVO4
SDM-SIO4 (retired)

Kommunikation

Product Compatible Note
NL115 (retired)
NL120 (retired)

Additional Compatibility Information

Peripherals

Retired peripherals that won’t fit in the same ENC10/12 enclosure as the datalogger/power supply include the AVW4, AM416, COM100, CR10KD, DC1765, and RC35.


FAQs für

Number of FAQs related to ENC10/12: 15

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  1. If you purchased a Stahlin enclosure from Campbell Scientific and it has a failed gasket, we can help you. We will need you to provide an image of the failed gasket, verify the size of your enclosure, and provide your contact information. We can then arrange to have a replacement gasket sent to you from Stahlin. For assistance, contact Technical Support at 435.227.9100.

  2. The ENC10/12 weighs 9.0 lb. Its internal dimensions are 10 x 12 x 4.5 in.
  3. Our fiberglass enclosures can withstand very cold locations, and their fiberglass/plastic construction is very resistant to corrosion.
  4. The terminals do not need to be replaced. Just sand or file the corrosion away, exposing clean copper, and the fittings will continue to be functional.
  5. It depends on the device. Most devices have built-in mounting flanges, but some items require a separate mounting bracket.
  6. The following information is applicable to many of Campbell Scientific’s standard enclosures and prewired enclosures.

    Note: The procedure below will not work for torn or damaged seals.

    To make a field repair to a loose gasket on an enclosure, first acquire an adhesive, such as standard Gorilla Glue, that is rated for use with polyurethane foam. The adhesive should be compatible with, and recommended for, use with polyurethane foam. Follow these steps:

    1. Pull the gasket away from the gasket channel, being careful not to tear the gasket. The gasket does not need to be removed completely. Rather, remove only those areas that have pulled loose on their own. To keep the gasket up out of the way, lay a small object (such as a toothpick, pen, or pencil) horizontally across the channel.
    2. Using an adhesive that is rated for use with polyurethane foam, apply a small bead of adhesive to the gasket channel. Because the adhesive’s only function is to keep the gasket in place, use it sparingly.
    3. Remove any objects that were holding the gasket out of the way.
    4. Carefully place the gasket in the gasket channel.
    5. Wait 1 to 3 hours for the adhesive to cure before closing the door.
  7. Yes. Each enclosure Campbell Scientific sells has a powder-coated backplate with holes on 1 in. centers that match the mounting flanges on our equipment for easy mounting.
  8. Yes. The CD100 mounts in an enclosure door and supports all of the CR1000KD capabilities. With the CD100, historic and real-time data can be read, and instructions can be entered without opening the enclosure door.

    Other available options that display real-time data only are the CD295 and CD294.

  9. There is not an easy way to calculate how much desiccant is needed in an enclosure or how quickly the desiccant will need to be replaced. The following conditions affect the replacement interval:

    • How much humidity the enclosure is exposed to
    • The size of the enclosure
    • How often the enclosure door is opened and how long the door remains open
    • How airtight the enclosure is

    It may be advantageous to use more than one desiccant packet at a time inside an enclosure. Campbell Scientific recommends keeping an extra supply of desiccant on hand for as-needed replacement in the enclosure.