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Correct LCD Enclosure and Digital Signage Installation, Maintenance and Operation Ensures Long Life

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Correct LCD Enclosure and Digital Signage Installation, Maintenance and Operation ensures Long Life LCD enclosures are a highly cost effective method of using screens in outdoor environments and areas where unprotected screens could be vulnerable to breakdown. From digital signage and information screens to computer monitors and TV displays, LCD enclosures provide an unrivalled return on investment compared to comparable forms of outdoor and rugged display systems. Due to the quality of the engineering and materials that go into the construction of an LCD enclosure, these protective housings for displays can last for years, often housing generation after generation of screen. However, incorrect LCD enclosure installation, improper use and lack of maintenance could reduce its effectiveness and lead to premature failure of the protected device. Installation Correct and proper LCD enclosure installation is perhaps the most fundamentally important thing that will ensure the long life of the equipment and the protection it provides to the display device. An inadequately installed enclosure or one that is mounted incorrectly could lead to all sorts of problems, from overheating of the display due to poor ventilation to an enclosure potentially falling from its mounts leading to damage to both the enclosure and display (and possibly causing injury). Successful enclosure installation always take numerous factors into account | Armagard 2012 All guidelines for this digital signage installation should be followed precisely, and bolts, nuts, gland plates, brackets and other installation items should be the right size and type for the installation. Furthermore, the correct tools should be used when installing an LCD enclosure and health and safety guidelines should also be followed as LCD enclosures are heavy and could cause injury. Location Call UK: +44 (0)121-608-7210 Call US: 1-866-434-0807

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Enclosure installation in the correct location is essential to ensure the enclosed display is being protected adequately. Furthermore, installation in the wrong location could lead to a failing bracket or mounting system. Therefore, it is important to assess any installation point and make sure it can withhold the weight of an enclosure. False ceilings and plasterboard walls, for instance, are not suitable as they may not be able to take the weight of the enclosure and display device. An LCD enclosure needs also to be placed in a location where enough air can get into its ventilation...

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should be placed face first on a flat surface, ensuring the screen is protected to prevent scratches. A measuring tape should be used to determine the halfway line and the brackets secured using the relevant screws. While the display should not be secured inside the enclosure until it has been wall or ceiling mounted, it is worth checking the fit of the display to ensure there is enough room. The display should be lowered inside the enclosure and mounted on the interior mounting plate. If the enclosure is fitted with an air curtain, there should be a 15 mm gap between it and the enclosure...

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placed through the wall bracket and mounting bars and then pad locked to prevent anyone from removing the enclosure. Call UK: +44 (0)121-608-7210 Call US: 1-866-434-0807

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Finalising Set-Up Once the enclosure has been wall mounted, check the fixtures thoroughly to ensure there is no give in the mounting. Once confident the enclosure and wall mount are secure and can take the weight, insert the display and any media player you wish to use. Once installed, insert all cables into the display and media player, double check they are secure, and then close the enclosure and power up. The LCD enclosure has a locking bar to provide security. To ensure nobody can tamper with the display, place the locking bar across and secure it with a padlock. Thermostat Set-Up One...

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