Standard Enclosures / ENC10/12
ENC10/12
 
ENC10/12 Weather-Resistant 10 x 12 inch Enclosure
 
Enclosure Hole Options - show details
-SC -SC 1 Conduit for Cables
The -SC option provides one 1.5-in diameter conduit on the underside of the enclosure. Multiple cables can be routed through this conduit. The 7363 enclosure supply kit contains a plug that can reduce the conduit's internal diameter to 0.5" and putty for sealing the conduit.
-DC -DC 2 Conduits for Cables
The -DC option provides two 1.5-in diameter conduits on the underside of the enclosure. Multiple cables can be routed through each conduit. The 7363 enclosure supply kit contains plugs that can reduce the conduits' internal diameter to 0.5" and putty for sealing the conduits.
-ES -ES 3 Entry Seals for Cab
Choose the -ES entry seals option for a more water-tight seal than provided by the conduits. With this option, each entry seal is compressed around one cable. A small vent is included to equalize pressure with the atmosphere. The ENC10/12 is fitted with (1) medium, and (2) small cable entry seals. The acceptable cable diameters are:

Medium--0.231" to 0.394" (5.8 to 10 mm)
Small--0.118" to 0.275" (3 to 7 mm)

Additional cable entry seals (1 medium and 2 small) can be added to the enclosure with the assistance of one of our applications engineers (SPECIAL-AE); consult the factory for details.
-NC -NC No Conduit/Entry Seal
This option is available for customers who wish to spend time in a shop customizing the enclosure with cable entry options of their own design. Experience in working with fiberglass-related products is recommended.
Enclosure Mounts - show details
-NM -NM No Enclosure Mounting
With this option, the enclosure is shipped without brackets. Customers who will bolt their enclosure to a flat surface should choose the -NM option. The no bracket option might also be appropriate for applications in which the enclosure will be set on a table.
-MM -MM Tripod Mast Mounting
Order the "-MM" option if you want to mount your enclosure to the mast of one of our tripods or to a user-supplied pole with a 1.25" to 2.1" OD. A three-piece, stainless-steel bracket attaches to the top of the enclosure and an identical three-piece, stainless-steel bracket attaches to the bottom of the enclosure. Each bracket is attached to the mast or pole via a 2" u-bolt.
-LM -LM CM1xx Leg Mounting
The "-LM" option allows the enclosure to be attached to the leg base of a CM106, CM110, CM115, or CM120 tripod. This option includes a metal flange, two stainless-steel brackets, and a 2.5" u-bolt. The brackets attach to the right and left side of the enclosure, and the flange attaches to the tripod near the mast. The flange fits into a notch in one of the brackets, and the other bracket connects to a tripod leg via the u-bolt.
-TM -TM Tower Mounting
Order the "-TM" option if you want to mount your enclosure to a UT10, UT20, or UT30 tower. This mounting bracket option uses the same 3-piece, stainless-steel brackets as the "-MM" option, except the pieces are rearranged so that the flanges are on the side of the bracket instead of in the middle. Four 1.5" u-bolts attach the brackets to the tower legs.

Please note that enclosures with the "-TM" option are shipped configured for the UT10 tower. UT20 and UT30 customers will need to: (1) remove the bolts attaching the bracket to the enclosure, (2) slide out the flange sections so that the distance between the center of each flange is 17", and (3) reattach the bracket to the enclosure using the original bolts.
-PM -PM Pole Mounting, 4-10in
Choose the "-PM" option to mount the enclosure on a pole with a 4" to 10" OD. This option includes two stainless-steel brackets and two metal bands. One bracket is attached to the top of the enclosure and the other bracket is attached to the bottom of the enclosure. The metal bands are then routed through the brackets and wrapped around the pole. Screw clamps at the end of each band are used to tighten the bands around the pole.
-EM -EM ET Pole Mounting, 3in
Choose the "-EM" option to mount the enclosure on a pole with a 3" OD. This option uses strut clamps and a hangar bracket.

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Product Details
Typically Ships Within 14 - 21 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year
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Some specialized products have long Ships Within values. Because of this, you might consider submitting a separate order for these products so your other products won't be delayed.

Ships With
(1) 7363 Enclosure Supply Kit, Standard Size

Common Accessories

10525
 
The 10525 is attached to the inside of the lid of the enclosure with adhesive Velcro strips (supplied). This desiccant holder accommodates two packages of our 4-unit desiccant."
28701
 
The 28701 is bolted to the enclosure door. It contains a zipped bag for desiccant and an open pocket for documents.
CS210
 
The CS210 Enclosure Humidity Sensor senses relative humidity levels inside the environmental enclosure for the purpose of scheduling desiccant exchange. The desiccant should be exchanged when the sensor indicates an RH level of 35% or more inside the enclosure.
6714
 
The 6714 includes twenty 4-unit Silica Gel Desiccant Bags.
31312
 
Commonly used with RF407-series or RF451 radio devices, the 31312 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with an RPSMA antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna or antenna coaxial cable with a Type N connector.
31315
 
Commonly used with cellular devices, the 31315 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with an SMA antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
31318
 
For use with third-party radios such as the FGR-11RC or FGR-115RE. The 31318 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with a Type N antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
31321
 
For use with HUGHES9502 and other third-party radios such as the FGR2-PE or XLR Pro. The 31321 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with a TNC antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
31324
 
For use with GPS antennas for TX320, AL200, COM9522B, or similar products. The 31324 is a GPS RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a GPS receiver with an SMA antenna connection. The other side connects to the GPS antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector. The surge protector passes up to ±6 Vdc, commonly needed for active GPS antenna applications.
31327
 
For use with the TX320. The 31327 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with a Type N antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
31330
 
For use with the ST-21 or RF320-series. The 31330 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with a BNC antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
27814
 
Specify this to have Campbell Scientific install a CD100 in the enclosure door. The CD100 allows users to enter data and view both real-time and historical data, without opening the enclosure. Users can customize menus and displays, simplifying routine operations. The CD100 is typically used with the CR800 and CR1000.
18132
 
Specify this to have Campbell Scientific install a CD295 Data View II Display in the enclosure door. The CD295 allows users to view real-time data without opening the enclosure. It is used with our CR200X, CR800, CR1000, and CR3000.
18166
 
Specify #18166 to have Campbell Scientific install an enclosure door switch indicator. This small accessory monitors when the door of the enclosure is open.

Other Accessories

18165
 
Specify the 18165 to have the customer install a door switch indicator. It consists of two main pieces: one is located on the "enclosure side", the other on the "door" side of the enclosure. The magnetic switch inside the 18165 is monitored with a control port on the datalogger.
 
The 19332 is a factory-installed 17 in. (43.2 cm) cable attached to a Type N connector on the inside of an enclosure, providing a Type N connector on the outside for attachment of a radio antenna. It is intended for enclosures that will house an RF320-series narrowband radio or TX320 HDR GOES satellite transmitter.
 
The 19333 is a factory-installed 17 in. (43.2 cm) cable attached to a Type N connector on the inside of an enclosure, providing a TNC connector on the outside for attachment of an antenna. It is intended for customers who will use a Raven100-series or Redwing100-series digital cellular modem with a 14454, 20679, or 18285 antenna (not used with the 14453 antenna).
 
The 19334 is a factory-installed 17 in. (43.2 cm) cable with an SMA connector on the inside of an enclosure and a Type N connector on the outside for attachment of an antenna. It is intended for enclosures that will house our RF450 radio, a RavenXT-series cellular modem, or a user-supplied Freewave radio.
19335
 
The 19335 is a factory-installed bulkhead-mounted coaxial cable. The associated enclosure on your order is properly cut to fit the Type N bulkhead connector, and the cable is installed prior to shipment. The cable has a Type N Female bulkhead connector on one end and an RPSMA plug (male) connector on the other. The cable is 17 in. (43.2 cm) of low-loss LMR-195. This cable assembly is generally used with an RF401-series radio, CR206X datalogger, AVW206 spectrum analyzer, or NL240 Wi-Fi interface inside the enclosure and a Type N Male-terminated radio-antenna cable outside the enclosure.
 
The 19336 is a factory-installed 17 in. (43.2 cm) cable attached to an SMA connector on the inside of an enclosure, providing an SMA connector on the outside for attachment of an antenna. It is intended for enclosures that will house the GPS device used with our satellite transmitter.

Replacement Parts

28878
 
The 28878 is a replacement humidity indicator card. It provides a visual reference of humidity level inside the enclosure. Colored circles change color from blue to pink to indicate humidity levels of 30%, 40%, and 50% relative humidity. Double sticky tape on the back of the card allows it to be easily secured to an enclosure lid.
6316
 
The 6316 provides a universal backplate for retrofitting older 10" x 12" enclosures. The anodized aluminum backplate is completely pre-punched with a matrix of half-inch-on-center holes. The 6316 replaced the now-retired 5947 Half Universal Backplate, which contained press-in hardware for the CR10 and 21X (upper half) and a grid of one-inch-on-center holes (lower half).

Another backplate used in the ENC10/12 is also retired; the 5622 backplate had a special hole configuration that supported the AM32 multiplexer (the AM32 was a much larger predecessor of the AM16/32B).
6832
 
One 6832 filter may be installed in one of the small compression fittings (cable entry seals) in the ENC10/12 to allow air pressure to equalize between the inside and outside of the enclosure. As such, the filter is used only when the cable entry seals option is selected for the enclosure (item 6447). The filter is typically used when a barometric pressure sensor (or, in some cases, the cable termination of a vented submersible pressure transducer) will be located inside the enclosure. The filter has a 60 micron pore size.
18955
 
The 18955 provides the same bracket as "-LM" mounting option. This bracket may be ordered as a replacement part, if the bracket gets damaged, or if another option was originally chosen. The 18955 allows the enclosure to be attached to the leg base of a CM110, CM115, or CM120 lightweight tripod.
 
A couple of these nuts are attached to the enclosure bracket. The nut may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged nut.
5449
 
The 5449 ground lug is attached to the enclosure. It may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged ground lug.
23
 
The pn 23 nut is available as a replacement item.
7363
 
The enclosure supply kit includes desiccant, a humidity indicator card, cable ties, wire tie tabs, putty for sealing the conduit, and screws and grommets for attaching peripherals to the enclosure backplate.
 
The 25744 and 25746 are the two parts used to create the standard conduit for Campbell Scientific enclosures. If a portion of the conduit for an ENC or PWENC enclosure becomes lost, the 25744 and 25746 can be ordered as replacements.
 
The 25746 and 25744 are the two parts used to create the standard conduit for Campbell Scientific enclosures. If a portion of the conduit for an ENC or PWENC enclosure becomes lost, the 25746 and 25744 can be ordered as replacements.
560
 
The 560 screw is used to attach a backplate to the inside of an enclosure.
 
This 14 gauge ground wire connects the enclosure ground lug to the datalogger.