- February 28, 2013
Bud Announces Plastic Enclosure for the KL25Z Freescale Freedom Development Platform
Plastic enclosure protects board while providing easy access during prototyping
- October 31, 2012
IP65 Enclosures Protect Sensitive Circuits While Giving Users Easy Access to Others
Dual compartment enclosures feature a transparent cover that gives users both visibility and access
- October 1, 2012
Bud Industries Ships Electronic Enclosures with Custom Modifications in Only Five Days
Five-day turnaround is fastest in the industry
- August 22, 2012
Bud Industries Introduces DIN Rails
Rails can be used with any industrial and commercial electrical enclosures that use 35mm DIN rail mounting
- June 5, 2012
Bud Industries Announces Case for Raspberry Pi Microcomputer
"Pi Sandwich" Raspberry Pi case has wide cutouts to accommodate potential changes in component location and additional ports.
- April 28, 2012
Bud Industries Releases SA Series Open Rack Equipment Shelves for Convenient, Reliable Storage
Open rack equipment shelves fit 19- and 23-inch wide panel spaces and can support up to 150 pounds.
- March 29, 2012
Bud Industries Vast Inventory Ensures Fast Delivery on Cabinet Rack and Fiberglass Enclosure Orders
Stacked end to end, Bud's inventory of racks and enclosures would reach as high as 128 Empire State Buildings.
- March 1, 2012
Bud Industries Swing Frame 19-Inch Rack Delivers Simplified Equipment Storage in a Small Footprint
19-inch rack features open construction and removable door for convenient hardware upgrades and maintenance.
- January 16, 2012
Bud Industries Inventory Means Fast Delivery on NEMA 4 Enclosures, 19 Inch Racks and Aluminum Enclosure Products
Placed end to end, Bud enclosures in inventory would span 535 football fields.
- November 15, 2011
Bud Industries SPB Series Push Button Box Provides Convenient Cost-Effective Protection
Pre-drilled push button box protects industrial switching components for 15 to 20 percent less.
- November 4, 2011
Bud Industries Adds Junction Box to Its NEMA Box Product Line
NEMA 1 junction box is priced 15 to 20 percent less and is fully compliant with NEMA 1 and UL50 Type 1 Ratings.
- August 30, 2011
Bud Industries Introduces PN Series Plastic Boxes With Molded-In External Mounting Brackets
Enhanced NEMA box enables simplified ordering and installation for various applications.
- October 11, 2010
Bud Industries Announces Electronics Enclosures Solutions for Medical Applications
Medical equipment OEMs rely on Bud for customized electronics enclosures.
- October 11, 2010
Bud Announces Fan Tray for 19-Inch Rack Applications
New fan tray reliably keeps 19-inch rack cool using digital temperature controller.
- August 24, 2010
Bud Announces NBF Series Latchable Plastic Enclosures
NEMA-rated waterproof plastic enclosures are ideal for wet and harsh environments.
- August 18, 2010
Bud Industries Introduces Stainless-Steel NEMA B
NEMA box keeps electronics and electrical components safe in harsh environments.
- July 19, 2010
Bud Industries Announces Electronics Enclosures Solutions for Alternative Energy Applications
Wind, solar energy OEMs count on electronics enclosures from Bud.
- April 25, 2010
Bud Industries Introduces Multi-Board Terminal-Block Plastic Boxes
Plastic boxes have space for three circuit boards and costs up to 40 percent less than the leading competitor.
- April 6, 2010
Bud Industries Appoints Josiah Haas Director of Sales
Electronics enclosures manufacturer taps internal talent.
- How to Modify Enclosures to Get the Design You Need for Less Time and Cost
What distinguishes a simple metal or plastic box from a functional electronic enclosure? Most often, it’s the modifications necessary to allow access to the interior, stabilize and protect its contents, and present the appropriate appearance.
- 5 Ways to Save Money on your Factory Floor Enclosure
In the selection of enclosures to use on the factory floor, there are five issues to consider insuring that you choose the most effective, but economical solution for your application.
- 5 Tips for Insuring Safety with Your Electronics Enclosure Choices
In an industrial setting the safety of those who work or live nearby can be impacted by poor preparations. With electronic and electrical enclosures, it is important to...
- 5 Things to Consider When Selecting Enclosures for Energy Applications
As governments encourage companies to get greener, more company product teams are designing electronics for use in photovoltaic solar power systems, wind turbines and other equipment used in alternative energy.
- Basics of Enclosure Cooling White Paper
As electronic and power components are designed into denser, smaller packages, it becomes increasingly important to consider how well how well the equipment dissipates heat.
- 5 Ways to Save Money and Time on MRO Purchases
In this economy, no one can afford downtime. With customers ordering products with short time horizons, any delay risks losing that customer as they go to a competitor to meet their needs.
- A Basics Guide to Cabinets and Enclosures
By knowing the choices, designers can begin to evaluate their options quickly, so they can focus on selecting the optimum solution...
- Five Typical Mistakes in Specifying a Typical Outdoor Enclosure
When dealing with connectivity, the enclosure is an often overlooked component. Yet when looking at the "bigger" picture, connectivity issues often involve the connection between the controller and the equipment to be controlled. As more and more electronic equipment is being used outdoors...
- Don't Forget: Customized Enclosures Add Value to Your Design
It is always surprising to me that so few engineers request a customized enclosure for their electronic and electrical devices. Maybe an enclosure is just a box, but it's part of the design and should not be a design afterthought. Many enclosure suppliers are now willing to customize their enclosures to fit your design and application...
- How to Save Money on Your 19" Cabinet Rack
In this economy, finding cost savings is more important than ever. Today, to keep projects funded, they have to be rethought and value engineered. Often an area that is overlooked is taking a fresh look at the enclosure requirements. To provide a fresh review, the engineer must consider each of the following topics...
- Practical Guidelines for Selecting Networking Enclosures
The design of enclosures to house networking servers, telecommunications equipment and components should be guided by a number of factors. For server racks Servers, in particular, generate a great deal of heat, and an enclosure must...
- Choosing the Right Material for Your NEMA Enclosure
Some 25 years ago, NEMA-rated enclosures were used only in electrical applications. Today, as electronics have invaded areas such as factory automation, indoor and outdoor controls, and telecommunications, NEMA is...