When the New Meadowlands Stadium was constructed, its LCD scoreboards’ electrical wiring components and controls had to be mounted close to the screens to reduce wire length and eliminate any RF/EMI noise. The best mounting position was behind the screens, which exposed them to weather elements.
EIC Solutions, Inc. recently completed the delivery of 110 Protector™ Series Air Conditioned Stainless Steel Enclosures for a Department of Homeland Security project. The EIC Protector™ Series was chosen as a solution for cooling and heating RFID systems used for frequent crosser recognition at U.S. border crossings, which have become more widespread as post-9/11 security measures have increased.
An exploration and production (E&P) company in the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry had a need to cool outdoor electrical control panels in their offshore drilling rigs and refining plants in the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to cooling the panel enclosures, the solution had to be compatible with their IS Barriers (Intrinsically Safe Barriers) that are designed to ensure that only low voltages and currents enter the hazardous area and that ignition of the hazardous atmosphere cannot occur.
Lobster Pictures, a time lapse photography and remote monitoring company that provides photography and remote monitoring for construction projects world-wide was looking for a climate control system for enclosures housing their expensive, specialized camera systems.
A major manufacturing facility was in need of a cooling solution for their enclosed variable frequency multi-geared drives. The multi-gear drives were exposed to debris in the adverse conditions of the factory, which was causing the bearings to clog.
An Optical Diagnostic Solutions company that provides laser-based measurement and diagnostic technologies for industrial, military, and space applications required a solution to regulate temperature in an enclosure encasing an extremely specialized camera system and electronics.
A helicopter flight simulator for military applications was being utilized in the Middle East for pilot training. Trainees found that the small cockpit on the simulator was getting too hot for them to adequately operate the simulator after only just a few short minutes in the cockpit.
A major vendor in the entertainment ticketing industry searched for a solution that would provide electronic cooling for their outside ticketing kiosks. The electronics and computers used in the kiosks required a constant temperature in hot climates and under adverse weather conditions in order to function properly.