All About Instrument Enclosure Heaters
An enclosure is a container, such as a metal cabinet or plastic box, designed to contain and protect equipment. It can contain electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and other devices.
Boxes that require temperature and humidity control usually protect electronics and we call them electrical enclosures. Nowadays electric heaters also come with enclosures, they provide efficient heating with protection. For instant warmth, you can also purchase instrument heater enclosures through Bruest catalytic heaters.
Control cabinets for temperature controllers are everywhere. It can be a small housing for a wearable device and have the size of a transport case. One constant is that they all require some sort of protective outer unit to protect from the elements.
You also need a way to access the inside of the container. Then everything is a choice. Access to the interior can be a door with a latch and two hinges. It can be a flanged cover fastened with screws.
There may even be multiple access points to access the product. Cases can contain shelves, inner walls, inner supports, dyne rails, rails, shelves, anchor sections, buses, a dedicated compartment for batteries, and more.
There are so many product variations that it is difficult to provide comprehensive coverage in one article. The popular online electronics retailer creates its search and filter boxes based on 78 product names and 452 box types provided by 56 different manufacturers.
It gets even more confusing when products and home types usually have the same name. "Junction box" is a product and a type. There are also categorizations such as boxes, suitcases, and cupboards. They are all categories of cases but are sometimes referred to separately, making cases very different.