IP66 Waterproof Case (HCSONO0002)

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IP66 Waterproof Case (HCSONO0002)

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This outdoor waterproof case is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. It is IP66 rated waterproof and can withstand damp and wet conditions, perfect for bathrooms, decorative or seasonal lighting, landscape lighting, fountains, pumps and other home and outdoor plug-in appliances. This is a great waterproof case for many applications, and works well with the Sonoff range we stock.

Waterproof Level: IP66
Body Material: ABS V0
Transparent Cover Material: PC V0
Approximate Dimensions: 16 x 14.5 x 5.5 cm

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Re: IP66 Waterproof Case (HCSONO0002)

Post by ILYBTodd » Mon Oct 31, 2022 1:26 am

Hi Andrew,

Finally got the opportunity to put this case to the test. What is the recommended size screw to us to mount something inside the case to one of the six mounting points?

If I'm using pairs of wires or non-round conductors (i.e. two conductor 18 gauge stranded speaker wire) how do you recommend protecting against water infiltration?

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Todd

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Re: IP66 Waterproof Case (HCSONO0002)

Post by andrew » Mon Oct 31, 2022 5:25 pm

What is the recommended size screw to us to mount something inside the case to one of the six mounting points?
I can't confirm this because this particular case is out of stock and oddly the manufacturer doesn't seem to provide this dimension but I believe the pillar holes require an M2 screw.

If I'm using pairs of wires or non-round conductors (i.e. two conductor 18 gauge stranded speaker wire) how do you recommend protecting against water infiltration?
Unless you can find a grommet designed for those wires the only thing I can suggest is using some self amalgamating tape (https://hobbycomponents.com/tools/1036- ... -black-10m) to make your own seal. Also bear in mind that these type of cases are meant to be mounted with the cable entry at the bottom of the case so that it's much harder for water to seep in.
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