WLanParts Enclosure 9X6x3 Inch Outdoor 1-Port Gray
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- Outside Dimension 11 x 8 x 4 inches
- Inside Dimension 9 x 6 x 3 inches
- Made of UV Stabilized Flame Retardant Polypropylene, Non-NEMA Rated
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Low Cost, Non-NEMA Rated Outdoor Enclosure
Manufactured to endure inclement outdoor environments, this single port housing offers a base knock out with rubber grommet, a hidden hinge and pre-molded extended legs.
Designed for surface/wall-mount applications, its entry port accepts up to 1-in diameter cable bundles.
Material: UV stabilized, flame retardant polypropylene
Standard Color: Gray
Inside Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.1 x 3.1in (229 x 155 x 79mm)
Weight: 12.6oz (357g)
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I just attached this to my hardiplank outer wall by drilling some thru holes in the back of the box and I was able to mount it and then run all the coax and ground wires (4 coax, 3 ground wires (maybe 12 AWG)) through the plastic gasket on the bottom...closed the lid and screwed in the existing screw to hold it tight and done...there is a threaded stud that you might be able to use to fasten some sort of locking device but not necessary for me.
I was thinking of caulking the top of the box where it meets the hardiplank (I have wires entering the house here) and then also caulking on the top and sides of the box where the lid meets the base but did not... a bit of apathy and the box top has a good lip all around so it should stop any water from entering.
Check the sizing to see if it will do for you... relatively well made otherwise so you should be able to make it work.
- I used mine on a LAN project that required an outdoor power supply which was not designed for outdoor use.
If you intend to mount to a building or wall, you will need to supply your own mounding hardware. This case has four recessed spots for drilling and mounting if needed. It also has a screw on the door to ensure it stays shut + a hole to allow a pad lock to be attached.
There's a rectangular frame on the back, that sticks out 1/4 inch -- you can see it in one of the customer photos. If you cut/dremel thin slots in that frame, you can use them like belt loops, to strap or zip-tie the enclosure to something. (I did exactly that, and slid the enclosure onto one of the steel straps of the chimney-mount for my TV antenna.)