Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) can affect electronics, disrupting timing circuits and corrupting signals. If sufficiently powerful – perhaps a pulse from a nearby radar installation – it can induce damaging voltage surges in wiring. There’s even evidence of EMI damaging the read/write heads of hard drive storage units. Continue reading
Modern electronics are very vulnerable to Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), sometimes called Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). It’s not just lightning strikes, whose destructive potential is well known. Radar pulses, radio and microwave emissions, cellphones, wireless routers, and the humble microwave oven can affect microprocessor-based systems. It disturbs timing and corrupts data. Continue reading
For shipping and transit cases, traditional refrigeration technology is giving way to thermoelectric cooling. Here’s why: Continue reading
A defense contractor needed a transportable, air conditioned, rack mount case able to handle various climate conditions around the globe on land or by sea. Because it would be installed on the deck of a ship during operation, the case had to meet several military specifications including MIL-648C. Continue reading
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Aluminum cases are a smart choice for transporting, protecting, and storing sensitive equipment. It’s ideal for applications exposed to extreme temperatures, corrosive environments, and high electromagnetic fields.