Monitoring Enclosures Articles

  • Why You Need to Monitor Dumpster Enclosures

    Everyone has seen a small bag of garbage or a piece of trash sitting right next to a dumpster, and you have probably thought, “Why couldn’t they have just put it into the dumpster?” People shy away from using dumpsters with dirty lids, broken handles, or a general mess around them. All the hand sanitizer in the world could not make them want to operate a filthy ...


    By DJProducts, Inc.

  • Port of London Authority Tidal Monitoring System - POLATIDE 5: Detailed - Case Study

    Introduction: Valeport and OceanWise have designed and delivered a complete tidal monitoring system, including tide gauges, telemetry equipment, servers, databases, system control, data management and display software, to the Port of London Authority. The system was installed in October 2013 and rigorous testing completed in February 2014.  Background: ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Above the Big Top: CST and Bell County, Texas Put on a Blockbuster of a Show

    Even when the lead actor gets sick, the show must go on. Not only is that true in show business, but it’s also true with big entertainment venues. Keeping the lights on and the seats filled during an extended period of repairs is a testament to collaboration and intelligent design, and that’s the spirit behind a successful partnership between CST Covers and Bell County, Texas. The ...


    By CST Industries Inc

  • Plastic electrical enclosures – solutions for extreme customization

    Standard enclosures do not remain standard for long. In no time, engineers put holes, cutouts, and recesses into pristine boxes. This process is necessary to make the enclosures functional. There are switches to mount, readouts to view and connections to be made. Every application is unique and every solution is different, and all applications seem to require customizing the enclosure. Rather ...


    By FIBOX Enclosures

  • Taking the right approach to plastic enclosures

    Standard enclosures do not remain standard for long. In no time, engineers put holes, cutouts, and recesses into pristine boxes. This process is necessary to make the enclosure functional. There are connections to be wired, switches to mount, and readouts to view. Every design is different and every application unique. All applications seem to require customizing the enclosure. Plastic ...


    By FIBOX Enclosures

  • Plastic enclosures now offer cost-effective solutions for wider variety of applications

    Sometimes an engineer's decision to use a plastic enclosure is clear-cut, for example when the installation will be in a paper mill, where chemical attack will rapidly destroy a metal enclosure. In other instances, the decision to go with plastic is less obvious, and depends upon the severity of the installation environment. Cost has always been a factor in selecting a plastic enclosure over a ...


    By FIBOX Enclosures

  • Cost-cutting cover-up

    When discussing enclosure packaging, it’s typical for a design engineer to have strong opinions about how to package a specific design. After all, who doesn’t want a new device to have the best packaging possible? Whether that package is intended to be an ergonomic beauty that aids (and impresses) the end user or an enclosure for protecting delicate electronics in hostile ...


    By FIBOX Enclosures

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