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Acrylic Products

ACRYLIC HOUSINGS: These are generally used to install a long-range proximity card reader and one or more other components on a pedestal. The part number format is AHhhwwdd-dpP-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term provides the dimensions, dpP specifies the open depth behind the panel, MS is the mounting style and HPBxxx represents a list of the component Hole Patterns by brand and model.
ACRYLIC WEATHER COVERS: These provide a measure of top and side physical and weather protection for a a component. They are primarily used to attach a long-range proximity card reader to a pedestal. They do not provide wire-routing space behind the component so only one component can be used. The part number format is AWhhwwdd-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term provides the dimensions, MS is the mounting style and HPBxxx represents the Hole Pattern designation for the component.
ACRYLIC SPACERS / ADAPTERS: These are acrylic mounting plates. The term "spacer" comes from the fact that they are often used to create non-metallic "space" between a proximity card reader and metal to improve read range. Spacers may also be used to attach one or more components to a pedestal flange. While they do not provide the top and side weather protection of a steel housing they are often an attractive alternative, especially when proximity card readers are involved. The basic part number format for a spacer is AMBxxx-MS, where AM = Acrylic Mounting Plate, B is the first letter of the component brand, xxx is the component model number and MS is the Mounting Style. Multiple HPBxxx terms are used as required.
MCH5375 Acrylic Adapter
MCH5355 Acrylic Adapter
COVER PLATES: These are often used when attaching a new smaller component to a wall in the position previously occupied by a larger component. They cover up otherwise exposed holes in the wall and provide holes for attaching the new component. Another common use is for attaching a small or narrow device to a single gang back box. They are generally made of 1/4" black acrylic. The part number format is AChhww-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term indicates the height and width, MS represents the
mounting style and HPBxxx is the new component Hole Pattern.
SPACERS: These are acrylic mounting plates. The term "spacer" comes from the fact that they are often used to create non-metallic "space" between a proximity card reader and metal to improve read range. Spacers may also be used to attach one or more components to a pedestal flange. While they do not provide the top and side weather protection of a steel housing they are often an attractive alternative, especially when proximity card readers are involved. The basic part number format for a spacer is AMBxxx-MS, where AM = Acrylic Mounting Plate, B is the first letter of the component brand, xxx is the component model number and MS is the Mounting Style. Multiple HPBxxx terms are used as required.
ACRYLIC WEATHER COVERS: These provide a measure of top and side physical and weather protection for a a component. They are primarily used to attach a long-range proximity card reader to a pedestal. They do not provide wire-routing space behind the component so only one component can be used. The part number format is AWhhwwdd-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term provides the dimensions, MS is the mounting style and HPBxxx represents the Hole Pattern designation for the component.
ACRYLIC HOUSINGS: These are generally used to install a long-range proximity card reader and one or more other components on a pedestal. The part number format is AHhhwwdd-dpP-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term provides the dimensions, dpP specifies the open depth behind the panel, MS is the mounting style and HPBxxx represents a list of the component Hole Patterns by brand and model.

COVER PLATES: These are often used when attaching a new smaller component to a wall in the position previously occupied by a larger component. They cover up otherwise exposed holes in the wall and provide holes for attaching the new component. Another common use is for attaching a small or narrow device to a single gang back box. They are generally made of 1/4" black acrylic. The part number format is AChhww-MS-HPBxxx, where the first term indicates the height and width, MS represents the

mounting style and HPBxxx is the new component Hole Pattern.