The ENC16/18 is a weather-resistant enclosure that is 16 inches wide and 18 inches tall. It can house a datalogger, a power supply, and at least one peripheral. This enclosure is recommended for applications that need to have multiple communication or measurement and control peripherals housed in the same enclosure.Read More
The ENC16/18's backplate is prepunched with half-inch-on-center holes suitable for attaching a data logger, power supply, and a communications or measurement and control peripheral.
This enclosure is shipped with the 7363 enclosure supply kit that consists of desiccant, a humidity indicator card, cable ties, wire tie tabs, putty, grommets, screws, and PVC coupling. Additionally, Campbell Scientific offers a CS210 Enclosure Humidity Sensor for monitoring relative humidity inside of the enclosure. (See Ordering Info on the web page.)
|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||2 large, 2 medium, 2 small|
|Weight||7.7 kg (17 lb)|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
The -VC cable opening option is required to fit a BP84 84-Ahr power supply in the ENC16/18 (see Ordering Info).
Number of FAQs related to ENC16/18: 15
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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:
Most likely, yes. The datalogger is protected against electrical noise, and 60 Hz filtering can be selected in many sensor measurements to filter out the effects of 60 Hz noise.