NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure

NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure


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


  • 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
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NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel iSIC Enclosure AVSS241608 Stainless steel enclosure, 24" x 16" x 8"
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NexSens AVSS Enclosure Padlock Support A57 Padlock support for AVSS enclosure
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NexSens A56 AVSS Unistrut Mounting Kit A56 Unistrut mounting kit for AVSS enclosure
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NexSens A73 Triangle Key A73 Triangle key
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NexSens A03 26 A-Hr Battery A03 Battery, 12 VDC, 26 A-Hr
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NexSens A19 External Power Cable A19 MS2 to flying lead external power cable, 15'
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