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New Gore Business Unit Offers Environmental Protection for Portable Electronic Devices
Environmental Protection for Portable Electronic Devices;;;
http://www.gore.com/en_xx/news/portable-electronics.html;;;
"Active users expect smart phones, laptop computers, two-way radios, tablets, and other portable electronic devices to function well in any environment," said GORE Associate Victor Lusvardi, Global Business Leader for the new Portable Electronic Vents unit. "They must withstand water, dust, liquids and harsh environments without compromising performance or reliability.";;;
Benefits include:

minimal sound transmission loss due to acoustically transparent
materials
excellent dust and liquid barriers for indoors and outdoor protection
quick venting recovery after liquid immersion
robust adhesives to withstand challenging environments and adhere to different product surfaces
low profiles for devices with limited space
dust, splash and immersion protection that meets a range of IP standards up to IP68
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may 2012 by neerajsinghvns
White Paper: Improved Consistency in Testing
http://www.gore.com/en_xx/products/venting/portable/consistency-testing-water.html?xcmp=ims_watertestURL;;;
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White Paper: Improved Consistency in Testing
Portable Electronic Vents

White Paper: Improved Consistency in Testing
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Improved Consistency in Testing for Water and Particulate Protection

Cherish K. Wilford, Application Engineer

Electronic devices with audio components must include openings in their housings to enable sound waves to be transmitted. Having a durably rugged housing for your portable electronic device protects the internal electronics from environmental contaminants. The International Standard IEC 60529 defines specific levels of protection for enclosures with electronic voltage not exceeding 72.5 kilovolts. The requirements outlined in the IEC 60529 standard do not adequately provide consistent testing of the protective vents needed for portable electronic devices. W. L. Gore & Associates has developed four testing protocols that address th
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may 2012 by neerajsinghvns

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