IP Rating

  1. Acnodes’ 17.3” 4K Ultra HD LCD Display Panel With IP54 Rated Protection

    Acnodes’ 17.3” 4K Ultra HD LCD Display Panel With IP54 Rated Protection

    Acnodes, a quality provider of industrial computers introduces industrial monitor integrated 17.3” 3840 x [email protected] 4K ultra HD LCD display panel - RP4117. With VGA, HDMI & DP inputs in a 1U high low profile 19.5” depth with IP54 rated rackmount monitor drawer. Furthermore, power supply consists of a 12V DC power input with power consumption of 30 Watts (typically...
  2. Ingress Protection Rating

    Ingress Protection Rating

    Ingress protection rating, which is also known as IP Rating, is a rating recognized by the two letters, "IP", followed by two numbers. The numbers represent the amount of protection of the machine’s ability to resist outside matter. IP rating protects machines against harmful materials that might may enter the product and cause problems. Therefore, an IP rating is normal...
  3. 1U 17.3" Military-Grade Rackmount LCD Drawer

    1U 17.3" Military-Grade Rackmount LCD Drawer

    Acnodes introduces RP30173, a 17.3 inch 1920 x 1080 full HD LCD display panel integrated into a 1U high low profile 17.36-inch depth rackmount drawer. The monitor supports HD-SDI, HDMI video loop, and VGA video input. Furthermore, RP30173 is compliant with MIL-STD-810G environmental testing standards. Option for touch screen and a 1000-nit high brightness display for outdoor usage is available...
  4. MIL-STD Rating and IP Ratings

    The U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD) gives a guideline for devices that are said to be “rugged” or “ruggedized”. It was introduced to provide a series of tests to simulate how the material would hold up to environmental stress during an operational lifetime. It has been revised several times over the years, the most recent being Revision G. The MIL-STD standards...
  5. The Importance of Rugged Computers

    Why Rugged? Rugged embedded technology is a crucial component for industrial automation every single day. However, more specifically, there is a higher demand for rugged computers in mission-critical tasks as seen in military operations. This technology not only needs to perform at levels in which ordinary industrial computing performs but should also be able to withstand extreme conditions the environment...
  6. IP and NEMA Ratings – What Do They Mean?

    What do IP and NEMA ratings really mean?Dust and water are often found together in industrial environments. Unfortunately, they can also be exceptionally harmful to electrical components. If a computer is being used in an environment where dust and moisture are prevalent, then the IP (Ingress Protection) and NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturer Association) ratings must be considered. IP ratingsIP ratings...

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