Onset Lockable, Vented Security Case

The lockable, vented security case provides complete enclosure protection for HOBO data loggers.

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  • Air-circulating ports on all four sides
  • Available with two mounting base types: solid or ring
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The lockable, vented security case provides complete enclosure protection for HOBO data loggers. It has air circulating ports on all four sides to ensure ample air circulation for proper data logger operation. Each guard has a permanently-attached, eight-tumbler type lock, and each kit is supplied with a key. Guard kits are available with two mounting base types: solid or ring. When using the ring base models, the guard can be mounted to the wall without removing the data logger

  • Dimensions inside case: 6.81 (L) x 4.00 (W) x 3.00 (D) inches (17.3 x 10.16 x 7.62 cm)
  • Dimensions outside case: 8.00 (L) x 5.00 (W) x 3.38 (D) inches (20.32 x 12.7 x 8.59 cm)
  • Clear case cover
  • Mounting screws
  • Solid mounting base
  • Ring mounting base
  • Built-in lock with one key
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