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After half a century, the award-winning enclosure that started it all (and scooped two iF Design Awards) is still going strong. Since the 1970s, thousands of devices have been housed in these smart, simple and cost-effective enclosures for desktop and wall-mount electronics. Over the decades, FLAT-PACK CASE has proven to be incredibly versatile; applications typically include medical and wellness, measurement and control, laboratory equipment and computer peripherals.

There are plenty of advanced technical features that set this design classic apart when it was launched – and they’re as useful today now as they were back then. FLAT-PACK CASE’s two sections feature a tongue-and-groove design for added strength. The off-centre split line creates open sides for easy access to the electronics mounted on internal screw pillars.

Two versions of FLAT-PACK CASE are available with slots for ventilation (189 L) and sound signals (120 S). And three more include a tilt-swivel carry handle that doubles as a desk stand for selecting the optimum angle for viewing a display and operating controls. Or you could use a tilt foot bar (accessory). There is even a belt/pocket clip (accessory) for mobile electronics.

FLAT-PACK CASE A is designed to accommodate a front panel (accessory). The result is a tough housing with a raised edge that helps to protect controls and/or a display. If the product is destined for wall mounting, then the frame of the enclosure can be screwed to the base from the side – making the installation process quicker and easier.