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    Default Wtb SS24 and SS16 enclosures

    I'm needing 6 enclosures for Renard SS24 and SS16's. If anyone has any for sale or knows a place to get them. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Wtb SS24 and SS16 enclosures

    Did you try these?

    DIYLedexpress

    https://www.dfcco.com/
    That's a feature not a bug.
    There's no charge for that.

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    Default Re: Wtb SS24 and SS16 enclosures

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith R View Post
    Did you try these?

    DIYLedexpress

    https://www.dfcco.com/
    No I havent. I will check them out! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicman72 View Post
    I'm needing 6 enclosures for Renard SS24 and SS16's. If anyone has any for sale or knows a place to get them. Thanks!

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    Those take different enclosures. The 24 uses a CG2000 and the 16 uses a CG1000
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    Default Re: Wtb SS24 and SS16 enclosures

    I use these and have had great success with them for four years. I drill holes in one end for the power wires and channel output plugs.
    I use small pieces of hard plastic tubing cut to about 1/4" for spacers and 6x1.0 bolts, from underneath up through the bottom of the
    box, then the spacers, then the circuit board and nuts to tighten it down snug. The boxes are waterproof and clear so you can easily
    see if the power light is on. As long as you tilt them so the holes with the wires are lower than the rest, I have never had water entry.
    They are about ten bucks and an SS16 and an SS24 will fit in them even with an Xbee Adapter with 1 inch whip antenna. The plastic
    spacers inside that come in the box just pull out.

    https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/pla...ldCatid=188902

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