Winter Problems With Outdoor Electronic Marketing

Make ready outdoor digital signage for the winter with an out-of-doors LCD monitor enclosure, or you might regret it by the spring.

If you have ever been to a ski resort in January did you take your swimming trunks to ski down the slopes? I speculate not, but why would any person put commercial LCD displays outside and leave them there throughout the winter?

Several companies during the summer season where in such a hurry to set up open air signage they deployed the displays with no protection, just because they were under a sunshade the small business management team thought it would be more cost-effective not to procure outdoor TV cases, nevertheless it is approaching winter and they intend on leaving them out-of-doors in areas that will be shut to the public due to the temperature being so cold!

When the signs are switched on in the Spring, if the displays do finally switch on they will have been enormously lucky, but most often than not they will not run especially if the ambient air temperature has been around 2 degrees Celsius, as this will surely harm the displays beyond repair and the only solution at that point is to swap the TVs, not this is the time when the phrase "cost-effective" will not be mentioned.

However on the other hand installers who have foresight have built their marketing device into an outdoor TV cabinet that offers both satisfactory cooling as well as heating in the colder months. These installers will be working on other projects rather than fixing challenges from earlier projects.

Out-of-doors LCD enclosure are obtainable with cooling and heating systems, these range to sophisticated solutions utilizing air conditioning units that contact the Av Administrator should the temperature rise sharply inside the enclosure, clear of the preset boundaries, this is rare but is one of the best remote checking solutions available.

Due to the LCD housing being manufactured from steel they do retain some heat, particularly when they are installed with internal thermal shielding, this then absorbs the heat and slowly over time releases it back into the protective Flat screen housing, preventing an abrupt heat loss and then heat rise.