Printers, monitors, touchscreens, computer towers, PC s, keyboards, television sets, watches and any other equipment electronic sensitive can be maintained within a closet for industrial PC. Obviously, the type of equipment that will be used in the closet will regulate the size and box style, however, the place where to be used will be what decides the type of protection of the cabinet which will require. Selecting a cupboard it is essential that you understand the type of zone where you will operate. Different environments require different types of protection. The industrial areas, such as packing, shipping, dispatch of goods in warehouses and storage facilities are often dusty so many cabinets for industrial computers are designed and built to be completely dust. These cabinets ensure that what remains inside is fully protected against the penetration of dust and dirt.
The classification system of property intellectual European or international rating NEMA It is a good guide for the amount of protection that the box can offer. It is advisable to select a wardrobe for dusty area having a minimum of IP 54 rating or its equivalent NEMA 4. For wet and damp areas, or even of rinse aid such as food processing areas or other environments in the edible manufacturing industry, then an IP 65 Cabinet is responsible for hosting the team that can withstand even washed and washed by hose with Jet or jet type. Also recommends strongly that the Cabinet is manufactured of stainless steel food grade (316) which ensures that the box does not corrode as well as it is also ensured by the rated NEMA 4 X. Some cabinets for computer may offer resistance to dust and water (a lP and satisfaction NEMA) which makes them ideal for the industrial zones including heavy industry, his IP must prove it. To help you better understand below indicates how the IP are calculated.
The Berlin supplier of programs and multimedia services presents its new creation: the MAGIX magazine. It’s a blog divided into five categories where authors write on current issues as well as on the company and its workers: music, digital trends, interesting pages in the network or practical information about MAGIX products. We do not want nor can we compete with existing technical blogs and magazines. Our main objective is to simplify and give more color to our day to day digital with tutorials, tips and information. And we want to make our own way, explains Dr.
Ulrich Hepp, responsible for the MAGIX Magazine. Always up to date: the five sections of the MAGIX Magazine Digital category reports on news in the electronics sector. More about section contains tips and tricks for a better and simpler technology coexistence. There will be also tips that do not have to be related with MAGIX products. The rubric Life is a mix variety of interesting topics for the drafting team.
The MAGIX category is dedicated to the company, its employees and its products. The MAGIX Magazine is not a second platform to advertise the MAGIX products as it aims to help solve tasks and problems in the multimedia field. And to do this arose the tutorials heading, which is also a section devoted to technical issues of a general nature, that can be treated by taking our products as an example. MAGIX Magazine is ideal for anyone who wants to report the latest developments in the digital world premiere. Already during breakfast you can learn much about multimedia to be putting it into practice during the day. For more information about Magix Magazine: Tom Schwarzer International PR Magix AG Friedrichstrasse 200 10117 Berlin Fax: + 49 (0) 30 – 29 39 2-400 Tel. + 49 (0) 30 26392-331 MAGIX AG, Berlin is an international firm, provider of high quality so Software as services online and digital information for the use of various multimedia products.Since 1993 she works Magix, in the development of high technologies in terms of creating, editing and organization of digital photography, videos and music.