Outdoor Digital Signage – Keeping it Dry

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One of the biggest challenges for outdoor digital signage is ensuring that it is kept dry. Obviously water and electronics, like LCD screens, are not great bed-fellows, and moisture, no matter how little, can easily disable a screen, and quite often for good.And it is not just rain water either, humidity can cause just as many problems, too much humidity and condensation can drip into the LCD and cause failure; humidity can also expand when temperatures drop, this too can, and quite often does lead to screen failure when temperatures drop too low.So keeping a screen dry can be a real challenge, especially when temperature ranges rise and fall throughout the seasons. And the problem can be compounded by the need to transfer heat away from the screen, as all LCD and plasma screens ?need to breath;' not having proper air filtration to carry away heat will also lead to failure and increase the build up of humidity.Having a vent for air to escape and fresh air to Canada Goose Expedition Parka come through is therefore important in any outdoor digital signage enclosure, but how can this be achieved when there is a need to keep water out?Well the secret is in good design. Keeping Out the Cold – Outdoor Digital Signage With the weather taking a turn for the worse, signalling the arrival of winter and the oncoming cold spell, its time to start thinking about your digital signage and whether it is adequately protected from the cold. Digital Signage in the Washroom Digital signage, it seems, is ubiquitous. From shopping centres to outdoor digital signage along the high street, advertising and information screens seem to be everywhere. And thanks in part to LCD enclosures, which protect LCD screens from weather, dust, hot, cold and other elements, digital screens are now venturing even into bathrooms, washrooms and other wet-rooms. Uses of Outdoor Digital Signage – News and Information Anybody looking into outdoor digital signage or display screens for public areas, may be excused in thinking that signage is predominantly designed for advertising, branding and promotion; while marketing is obviously a key area for Dooh (digital out of home) as it gives advertisers great advantages over static posters and commercials, there is another key area for using screens in public places: information. Digital Outdoor Signage - Our Choice The more affordable the solution the faster the investment is repaid, for example one store installed an outdoor LCD enclosure in it's car lot next to a train crossing, so every time the barriers came down they had a captive audience.Many LCD enclosures are designed with filter systems on the base, but often this is not sufficient enough as water splashes can penetrate inside the enclosure, so, to prevent this, specially shaped chambers that prevent water splashes getting up but allow air to filter up are used.LCD enclosures also, commonly, employ fans to move the air around inside the enclosure, this transfers heat away and ensure the screen does not overheat and prevents any humidity and condensation from building up inside the enclosure. So, if you have a screen in an outdoor location, whether it is for digital signage or as an outdoor TV, you need to use an LCD enclosure to not only ensure it is weatherproof but also to ensure that the condition the LCD or plasma is operating in, is the ideal environment for the LCD display.

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