CamdenBoss broadens its Room Sensor Enclosure range

Issue 5 2020 Smart Home Automation

These new enclosures are available in external dimensions: 74 x 74 x 25,5  mm (Size 2) and 51 x 51 x 25,5 mm (Size 3), which sit alongside the existing 86 x 86 x 25,5 mm (Size 1) . All the sizes are available as a vented or solid option and offered in three standard colours: white, black or grey.

The new Size 2 features rotation keyhole mounts and four countersunk corner holes, enabling the enclosure to be mounted directly to a wall, ideal for air detection and monitoring. Size 3 features two countersunk corner holes for wall mounting. The mounting holes are featured on the base, enabling it to be easily fixed to a surface and the lid of the enclosure is quick to assemble and simply snapped into place.

The enclosures are perfect for domestic and commercial IoT and smart electronics, environmental and air sensors, and digital controls. Wire entry knockout points on the rear keep cables neat and tidy, whilst maintaining the stylish aesthetic look of the enclosure.

As part of its new product introduction process, CamdenBoss has took into consideration future market demands and developed enclosures that are suitable for smart devices, whilst still offering designers and engineers practicality through features and benefits.

Need your enclosures customised? CamdenBoss offer a full in-house customisation service, complete with CNC machining, product coating and digital printing.


Credit(s)




Share this article:
Share via emailShare via LinkedInPrint this page



Further reading:

Multi-tenant access control
Issue 5 2020, Suprema , Smart Home Automation
Suprema controls access to mixed-use development that is an icon of sustainable environmental growth.

Read more...
Collaborative security in communities
Issue 5 2020
Want to change the dialogue around security in South Africa? Work together. Communities can fundamentally change the face of crime.

Read more...
Technology and new systems
Issue 3 2020, Fidelity ADT , Smart Home Automation
The SA crime profile, along with its unique socio-economic landscape, means that South Africa’s security industry is one of the oldest bespoke private security industries in the world.

Read more...
Huawei includes Namola safety app
Issue 1 2020
Huawei has partnered with South Africa’s personal safety app, Namola, to ensure that more South Africans have access to the service.

Read more...
Do you have the smarts?
November 2019
Melissa Davidson from lighting retailer The Lighting Warehouse offers an overview on their latest smart LED ceiling light, which also acts as a Bluetooth speaker.

Read more...
The top five holiday scams
November 2019
The holiday season is a sea of shopping, laughter, gifts and entertainment. It is also a swamp of security risks and hacks and fraudsters, lurking on the edges of the festive fun.

Read more...
Be awake to the deepfake
November 2019
SA’s Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association is advising smartphone users alarmed by the ‘deepfake’ phenomenon that the expected promulgation of South Africa’s Cybercrimes and Cyberbullying Bill is imminent.

Read more...
Reasoning with crime is like reasoning with death
November 2019
Have you noticed how many excuses a person or a management team can lay on the table when it comes to security?

Read more...
Not-so-safe travels
November 2019, Kaspersky
Kaspersky research of the RevengeHotels campaign aimed at the hospitality sector, has confirmed that in Latin America, Europe and Asia have fallen victim to targeted malware attacks.

Read more...
Digitise your access control
October 2019, dormakaba South Africa
With Evolo, you can open your doors using anything from an access card, key fob, or even a smartphone without any extra hardware.

Read more...