Electronic out-of-doors marketing to manufacturing facility data systems, the electronic equipment demands protecting from the hazardous, unprotected climate they are put into. Hopefully this article will help in guiding you all through the likely purposes they can be used in.
As the title suggests these are for Monitor TVs, but they will also accommodate plasma and LED screens, primary in the digital out-of-doors signage industry. These units have been developed over a stage of 5 years, as part of their central part business the PC enclosure, we will come on to that later.
The LCD enclosure lets installers to put standard non commercial TVs in locations thought to be unsafe, this could be owing to the climate, too much rain, snow, sleet or very high temperatures, or just a very high menace of damage from vandals. Due to the robust nature of the unit, these will withstand to the most resolute physical assault.
Offered in NEMA 4 and NEMA 4X they are also to be had in painted steel and stainless steel for Ip65, still the high raw material costs make stainless a very exclusive item, with only a few companies deploying them, the most affordable solution is the mild steel material unit that is fully welded and powder coated with an epoxy coating making them durable to knocks and bangs. Some units have been covered with a special rubber coating to prevent vandalism from spray paint to baseball bats.
These are used in the installation of data systems on a factory or process facility, here dangers such as dust, dirt, grease and fluid will quickly terminate the existence of a PC.
This is why there is a call for for Computer enclosures; these protect the computers, screens and keyboards by keeping them in a micro climate inside the enclosure by way of special thermostatic filtered cooling systems. With more and more makers wanting to have the latest in technology to update order status to their clients, they are investing very heavily into various Computer enclosure. They are available in IP56 and IP65 for the French market, with NEMA 4 and NEMA 4X for the America and Canadian markets.
The reason for the increased popularity is these protective cases is that if a production line in a manufacturing unit stops due to a PC failure the cost of lost production to the manufacturer is enormous, in some cases lost production is costed at US$50,000 per hour! So it is a wise management team who invest in safeguarding the electronic hardware.
The same can be said for dynamic outdoor advertising, if any of the equipment fails from hardware malfunction or vandalism the business who have rolled out the solution will have to replace the electronics, not forgetting the lost income from businesses.
Any standard PC or screen solution can be harmed with corrosive compounds in the air for illustration in a steel facility and if these get on to the circuit boards, this over a brief period of time will make the hardware ineffectual and fail, these protective housings are one of the most affordable and strong solutions for safeguarding computer systems deployed in manufacturing unit information systems as well as LCD TVs used for dynamic outside advertising.
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