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The NMR Technology creates many types of plastic electrical housings and enclosures, but some of these custom housings have a variety of electronics in them in addition to the printed circuit board (PCB). The housings on this page are single circuit board PCB housings. There are a variety of styles used such as UU Housings, L-Slides, Screw Down Cover, etc. There are also a few different ways to mount the circuit boards in the enclosures. Some can be mounted in side wall grooves and kept secure purely from securing the connectors in the side wall cutouts, some have PCBs that slide in on side wall grooves, and some use standard bosses or standoffs with threaded inserts to secure to. No matter how you look at it, NMR Technolgy offers serious value when it comes to custom lower volume production printed circuit board enclosures.

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