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Yeacomm NR200 IP68 Outdoor industrial 5G CPE come out

We now have push a new NR200 5G IP68 outdoor industrial CPE, which is wireless communication router for the Internet of Things (IoT), it uses a high-performance industrial level 32-bit communication processor and wireless module, embedded with the real-time operating system as the software platform, and using 3G/4G/5G cellular network to provide users with wireless long-distance large data transmission function. With wide operating temperature range and IP68 metal housing, NR200 is a reliable solution for industrial wireless applications.


Here’s What IP Ratings Mean?

The table below is a breakdown of all Ingress Protection (IP) ratings. The first digit after IP is the rating for protection against solids while the second digit after IP is the protection rating against liquid.

FIRST DIGIT IP__ PROTECTION AGAINST SOLIDS SECOND DIGIT IP__ PROTECTION AGAINST LIQUID
The first of the two digits (the 6 in IP67) refers to protection against solids, including dust. Products are rated using a 0-6 scale, with 6 being the most well protected. The second digit in the IP rating (the 8 in IP68) refers to the level of protection against liquids.
IP0_ No protection. IP_0 No protection.
IP1_ Protection against objects up to 50mm. Also, protection against any large surface of the body, such as the back of the hand, but no protection against deliberate contact with a body part. IP1_ Minimal protection against vertical drops of water, such as very light rain.
IP2_ Protection against objects up to 12.5mm, along with fingers or similar objects. IP2_ Protected against vertical drops of water when the device is tilted at 15° from its normal position.
IP3_ Protection against objects up to 2.5mm, such as thick wires or tools. IP3_ Protection against sprays of water when the device is tilted at 60° from its usual position, including rain.
IP4_ Protection against objects up to 1mm, including most wires and screws. IP4_ Protection from sprays and splashes of water from any direction.
IP5_ Not entirely protected from dust, but enough to significantly affect performance significant damage. IP5_ Protection against water sprayed directly from a low-pressure nozzle measuring 6.3mm, from any direction.
IP6_ Totally protected against dust. IP6_ Protection from high-powered water jets with a 12.5mm nozzle, from any direction, such as a shower.
IP_6K Protection from high-powered water jets with a 6.3mm nozzle, from any direction, such as a shower, for at least 3 minutes.
IP_7 Protected for up to 1m of immersion for up to 30 minutes, including splashing from a shower or an accidental (and brief) dunking.
IP_8 Protection against submersion beyond 1m. May mean that device is hermetically sealed or that any water that does get inside will cause no damage.
IP_9K Protection from high-powered water jets at close range with high temperatures for at least 30 seconds from 4 angles.
IPX_ If a rating is given as X, rather than a number, this doesn’t mean the product doesn’t offer any protection, it instead means it hasn’t been tested or assigned a level in that specific area
IP_X If a rating is given as X, rather than a number, this doesn’t mean the product doesn’t offer any protection, it instead means it hasn’t been tested or assigned a level in that specific area.











































What are IP ratings?

IP (Ingress Protection) ratings tell users exactly how much protection against liquids or solids a product actually offers. The IP standard was drawn up by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The IEC is a global organization responsible for setting international standards for electronic devices. IP ratings include two digits, for example, IP67 or IP68. As described in the first table, you can see that both IP67, as well as IP68, are both totally protected against dust (by the IP6_ rating). The second digit of IP67 or IP68 shows what water resistance rating the phone has.

Keep in mind that a rating at level 8 for waterproofing, does not mean coverage for levels below it. For example, the iPhone 7 has an IP67 rating (it can withstand brief submersion), it hasn’t been rated to survive a jet of water (levels 5 and 6). The device would survive being dropped in the bath. However, Apple admits the phone should not be taken into the shower. Liquid damage is not covered under warranty.

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