If you are not a professional technician or just a simple hobbyist for electronic products. You may come across some terms you don't really understand when browsing through the specifications of various electronic products.
For example, check our product parameters will have this specification: IP65.Do you think of what he is specifically?
If you don't understand, I'll go over the definitions in detail so you can match them up against our cabinet locks or other electronics.
What is IP rating?
It is a standard drafted by IEC to classify electrical appliances and other equipment according to their dustproof and waterproof characteristics.IP protection level is composed of two numbers, the first mark number indicates the level of the appliance against dust and foreign objects, and the second mark number indicates the degree of confinement of the appliance against moisture and water intrusion, the larger the
The number means the higher the protection level
0 No protection
1 Protection against solid objects exceeding 50 mm (e.g., accidental touch by hand)
2 Protection against solid objects exceeding 12mm (e.g. fingers)
3 Protection against solid objects exceeding 2.5 mm (e.g. tools and wires)
4 Protection against solid objects exceeding 1mm (e.g. tools, wires, and thin wires)
5 Protection against dust - preventing entry (no harmful deposits)
6 Completely dust-proof
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