Our NEMA rated PC enclosures are ideal for any and all environments where dust, dirt and exposure to liquids or corrosives are present.
ViewStation products provide vandal proof, all-weather LCD enclosures, outdoor digital menu boards, protective LCD covers and kiosk solutions for all of your digital signage protection needs!
Whether inside or out, large or small, commercial or retail, the ViewStation family will provide a solution with customization to the fullest. READ MORE
Dust-tight, waterproof enclosures protect a computer, monitor, printer, and various other peripherals from harsh elements, like splashing fluids, dust, dirt, and fibers in the air. However, while the enclosure is keeping materials from entering, it is also preventing heat from exiting the cabinet. The build-up of heat - inside of the enclosure - can slowly damage electronics that are being protected from the exterior environment....READ MORE
3 Tips for Installing ADA Compliant Digital Signage Enclosures
In 2010, new ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) regulations were put into place regarding accessible design for disabled Americans. These changes particularly impact how digital signage can be installed in public places. Installations may include self-service kiosks, LCD enclosures, and video walls, just to name a few. These types of digital signage need to adhere to the proposed guidelines for ADA compliance...READ MORE
Finding the Perfect Zebra Barcode Printer Enclosure
Zebra barcode printers are becoming more and more commonplace in manufacturing and industrial fields. Companies require barcode printers to print labels for shipments or product tags. Although it is always beneficial to have thermal label printers on the factory floor, these expensive printers cannot be exposed to dust, dirt, or splashing non-corrosive fluids. A dust-free printer enclosure is the perfect solution for protecting a barcode printer from harsh particles and elements...READ MORE
3 Ways to Customize Computer Enclosures
When searching for the perfect pc enclosure, system integrators and project engineers should investigate outsourcing certain components of a computer workstation to help reduce costs, shorten delivery time, and ensure a better overall enclosure solution. When deploying a new workstation or upgrading an existing system, designers must determine what type of computer enclosure will work best, and also plan how the components and wiring will come together to complete the project...READ MORE