https://cirrusled.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Cirrus-LOGO-header-alignleft.png 0 0 Cirrus Staff https://cirrusled.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Cirrus-LOGO-header-alignleft.png Cirrus Staff2017-07-21 08:54:452017-07-21 08:54:45We Are Weatherproof!
We have recently moved our base of operations from sunny Cali to chilly midcoast Maine. Probably the most drastic change you could experience with the United States. At least we have been lucky enough to catch New England during its kinder, warmer months. The same can't be said for all of our customers. Weather can be a huge concern for people that live in states like Florida, Kansas, Arizona, and Maine, just to name a few. You never know when you might encounter huge shifts causing hurricanes or tornados. For us up in vacation land, we are always dreading each year's record breaking snowfall. Though it might not be very reassuring during one of these events, it is always nice to know that at least your LED displays can hold their own when things go south. Our LED displays have an IP67 rating which means that they have been put through some rugged testing and proved to be capable of the following: They can be submerged in water, and can even withstand salt water. So if you ever happen to find yourself in the middle of a monsoon or for some reason, decided to dunk your screen into a large bucket, it should be fine. This device will also resist heat and humidity. Now, this isn't to say that we think you should try to attempt to melt your device in direct sunlight, but if you did...well...I guess we can't complain. It is also impervious to dust. Unlike most CD players, you will not have to try to blow out the dirt that gets caught in it because there is none. All of this can mainly be attributed to two unique facts about Cirrus LED displays. The first is that we don't have any moving parts that can be affected by these factors and generally, stop working. Second, we use a conformal coating on all of our products. This is a vapor deposition process that coats every component and makes the system impermeable to adverse weather and particulate matter. This also happens to be how engineers protect electronics in extreme environments like those experienced by satellites or pacemakers.Pretty top notch if I do say so myself!