AVSS241608

NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure

NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure

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The AVSS stainless steel enclosure is ideal for iSIC data loggers installed in harsh environments or vandal prone areas.

Features

  • Dual custom-built triangle locks keep prying eyes away from the data logger and sensor wiring
  • Capable of housing the A03 26 A-Hr battery for projects with multiple sensors or minimal sunlight
  • Stainless steel construction provides added resistance to harsh environmental conditions
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The AVSS enclosure features two special triangle security door locks that can only be accessed with a special triangular key. This provides added protection for expensive data logging equipment in remote or high crime locations.

Every enclosure is manufactured to include six pre-drilled entry ports for feed-thru or conduit fittings, a pre-drilled iSIC data logger mounting plate, two terminal strips, and a triangle key.

For high power or low sunlight applications, the AVSS enclosure provides a secure and weatherproof environment to accommodate the large A03 12 VDC 26 A-Hr battery.
Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 24" (L) x 16" (W) x 8" (D)
  • Material: Type 304 Stainless Steel
What's Included:
  • (1) SS Enclosure, fully assembled with grounding connections
  • (2) Custom triangle locks, pre-installed
  • (1) A73 Triangle key
  • (4) Plugged entry ports for feed-thru or 1/2" conduit fittings
  • (2) Feed-thru fittings with strain relief, liquid tight, NPT
  • (1) iSIC data logger mounting plate, pre-installed
  • (2) Terminal strips, 12 position, pre-installed
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure AVSS241608 Stainless steel enclosure, 24" x 16" x 8"
$1395.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens AVSS Enclosure Padlock Support A57 Padlock support for AVSS enclosure
$95.00
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NexSens A56 AVSS Unistrut Mounting Kit A56 Unistrut mounting kit for AVSS enclosure
$99.00
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NexSens A73 Triangle Key A73 Triangle key
$9.00
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NexSens A03 26 A-Hr Battery A03 Battery, 12 VDC, 26 A-Hr
$149.00
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NexSens A19 External Power Cable A19 MS2 to flying lead external power cable, 15'
$99.00
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