Breeze offers protection for outdoor projectors Projector enclosure technology specialist Tempest has expanded its offering with the launch of Breeze.
The California-based company debuted its latest innovation at AV show Infocomm back in June.
Breeze is a weatherproof outdoor projector enclosure designed for areas with less demanding weather conditions. It can accommodate projector types between 3000 and 15,000 ANSI Lumens.
It features optical-grade tempered glass and a forced-air ventilation system, that runs when the projector lamp is on or if the internal temperature exceeds 35 degrees celsius.
It also features a removable electrostatic dust filter and a thermal barrier cover that offers sun and heat protection.
Tim Burnham, president of Tempest, says: “Breeze maintains the same quality that Tempest have become known for, whilst enabling our enclosures to be a viable option for a greater range of outdoor projects.”
Burnham adds: “We are committed to continuing to develop and improve our engineering to deliver the best possible results.”
Tempest is the world's premier manufacturer of specialist outdoor enclosures and indoor HUSH boxes for digital projectors. Web: http://tempest.biz/
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