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Ingress Protection (IP) Testing in Hyderabad

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Ingress Protection (IP) Testing in Hyderabad
Ingress Protection (IP) Testing in Hyderabad
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Electronics are like a grumpy neighbor, Neither can tolerate wet and dirty contaminants (kids)in their enclosures (yards). CDG has developed a set of Ingress Protection (IP)ratings that serves as a unified system of designating electronic enclosure wet and dry contamination resistance. Here we discusses why electronics are particularly averse to contaminants and how contaminants enter electronic enclosures, as well as discusses IP ratings and examples. Why Electronics are Contaminant Averse, Any contaminants entering an electronic enclosure or case can cause damage ranging from shortened usable life to ultimately rendering the equipment useless. Dust and dirt entering an electronic enclosure can do harm in any one of many ways. Dust is capable of accumulating inside the sockets, ports, and crevices of electronics and circuits. If dust builds up excessively, bad things can happen: The dust may build up to form an insulating layer that causes the circuits to overheat. If the dust or dirt inserts itself between contacting surfaces, poor conductance may occur creating problems for switches, relays, and connectors. In higher voltage applications, the dust and dirt may facilitate arcing between line voltage and ground. IEC IP Rating System Overview, Not to be confused with the highly recognized Internet Protocol, the IEC IP standard measures ingress protection and has become increasingly popular as consumer electronic devices become more mobile with a focus on ruggedness. The IP designation (or code) is a two digit number, as in IP67, IP68, and IP69K,The first digit of the IP Code indicates the device s protection level against solid objects. The second digits how is how well liquids are kept from the electronic components and circuitry within the enclosure. below shows, solid and liquid protection levels increase with higher designated ratings. In IEC IP ratings, solid and liquid protection levels increase with higher designated ratings. 0, Non protected.1, Protected against objects  50 mm. 2, Protected against objects  12.5 mm.3, Protected against objects  2.5 mm.4, Protected against objects  1.0 mm.5, Dust protected.6,Dust tight. The 2  nd digitincludes,0, Non protected.1, Protected against drips.2, Protected against drips if the housing is bent at an angle of 15.3, Protected against spray water.4, Protected against splash water.4K, Protected against splash water at increased pressure .5,Protected against jet water.6, Protected against strong jet water.6K, Protected against strong jet water at increased pressure.7, Protected against the effects of temporary submersion in water.8, Protected against the effects of permanent submersion in water.9K, Protected against water during high pressure or steam cleaning. An IP rating, then, combines the solid and liquid rating digits,IP67,Dust tight, protected from temporary submersion in water.IP68,Dust tight, protected from continuous submersion in water. IP69K, Dust tight, protected from water during high pressure steam cleaning (but not submersible)CIL provides Ingress Protection Testing services in Hyderabad. IP65 Testing, IP67 Testing, IP55 Testing, etc.

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