Nieuws: Projector housing
Recently TEKLAB finished a project for Beam Systems and we should like to tell you a little more about this project. The customer’s request was to realise a projector housing that performs well in an outdoor environment, on a canal boat, taking into account the variable weather conditions, and fitted for a confined space. In this article we successively discuss the chosen solution, the functionality of the parts en the end result.
Given the limited series, it was economically not viable to work with production techniques such as vacuum casting, silicone casting and injection molding. For these production techniques separate molds will have to be made, which is rather costly. We have therefore chosen for a housing made from stainless steel sheet metal. By using a rubber edge strip the housing is well sealed which guarantees the components in the housing untouched by various weather conditions.
Functionality of housing parts
A series of 5 housings has been established. The housing itself consists of 3 parts: the top cover, the base and the adjustment tower. In the top cover a glass projection window has been fitted for the projector. The base ensures stability and provides space for the electronic components. And the adjustment tower ensures that the projectors can project in three directions. The complete housing is splash-proof. And by making use of warm and cold airflows inside the housing, cooling of the various electronic components is taken care of.
Thanks to its distinctive shape, a projector housing has been developed which can be easily assembled on an uneven surface en which also looks appealing. BeamSystems immediately put he projector housing into service on a boat which tours the canals of a city in the southern part of the country.
We should also like to help you in realizing a custom made housing. You can reach us on 023-529 6021 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org