Switches, relays, printed circuit boards (PCB), integrated circuits, power supplies, processors, and other electronic components are protected, contained, and enclosed by small electronic enclosures, which are box-like constructions. Depending on the usage, purpose, environment, design, cost, etc., they can be constructed from a variety of material kinds and in a range of sizes.
The small electronic enclosures protecting the components within is seen in the diagram below.
Imagine an electronic device where children could readily reach the internal components, where moisture or heat could quickly enter, and where water could easily permeate. This device won’t last very long because it will be dangerous for the users and readily harmed by the immediate surroundings.
A metal box is a constructed object used to protect, hold, and contain anything. Metal boxes come in the form of aluminum enclosures and stainless steel enclosures. Fuse boxes and outside electrical meters are two prominent uses for metal boxes. These metal boxes are frequently used in commercial buildings to house electrical equipment that provides power to various areas of the building.
These boxes are used in industries to safeguard delicate and sensitive electronic parts from contamination, debris, and unintentional collisions.
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