BOPLA showcases electronics housing for IoT applications at embedded world 2018

February 7, 2018 ECD Staff

Networked applications or the IoT require one thing above all else - reliably functioning electronic devices. The product portfolio of Bopla Gehäusesysteme GmbH includes a large number of electronic housings that are tailored to the requirements of Industry 4.0 applications - including the new IoT sensor housings and BoPad housings for HMI applications. In addition to installing the electronics in the housing, the housing specialist also offers the integration of touchscreens and displays. From February 27 to March 1, 2018, the company will be presenting its enclosure solutions and services on the subject of IoT in Nuremberg at the embedded world in hall 3, booth 3-155.

The compact IoT sensor housings made of flame-retardant, self-extinguishing PC UL94 V-0 provide space for sensor, radio module, and power supply and are also suitable for outdoor use thanks to the molded mounting for the integration of a pressure compensation element. Depending on the type of power required for the radio technology, BOPLA offers the small plastic housing in three heights: 15 mm for one button cell, 22 mm for three AAA micro batteries and 26 mm for a lithium battery CR 14250. Thanks to a modular tool concept with a basic tool shape and design A total of 18 variants of the IoT basic housing type can be implemented in different applications for the shaping of different housing heights, wall straps and screw connection options.

The human-machine interface in focus

For HMI applications, BOPLA offers the modern designed, compact housings of the new BoPad series for the integration of membrane keyboards, touchscreens and displays. Specifically, the two "big" of the five BoPad housing variants - BOP 7.0 and BOP 10.1 for desktop and wall applications - have been specially optimized for touch integration and the inclusion of standard 18650 Li-ion batteries. They are designed for two-hand operation in landscape format and allow the realization of cost-efficient and user-friendly devices with touch operation. The integration of capacitive touch displays under a high-quality glass front can be done in-house at BOPLA - for example in the optical bonding process.

Incidentally, the installation of touchscreens and displays is possible in almost all other standard housings as well as in customer-specific electronic housings. B. in hand, table or wall housings.

Visit BOPLA from February 27 to March 1, 2018 at embedded world in Nuremberg in hall 3 at booth 3-155.

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