IP Rating Explained
IP Rating is a classification that indicates the level of protection provided through sealing to casings and enclosures, IP been an acronym for “Ingress Protection” or “International Protection”. The first number refers to protection against solid particles while the second number is about protection against liquids.
Our cases are rated IP67 offering the highest protection against dust and liquids, including immersion in water between 15 cm and 1 meter for 30 min.
For a better insight of ranking see the following listing:
IP First number - Protection against solid particles
0- No special protection.
1- Protection against accidental touch by hands.
2- Protection against objects such as fingers.
3- Protection against tools and wires.
4- Protection against tools, wires, small wires.
5- Limited protection against dust.
6- Complete protection from dust.
IP Second number - Protection against liquids
0- No Protection.
1- Protection against vertically dropping condensation.
2- Protection against direct sprays of water up to 15 degrees.
3- Protection against direct sprays of water up to 60 degrees.
4- Protection from sprays of water in all directions.
5- Protection from low pressure jets of water in all directions.
6- Protection from high pressure jets of water in all directions.
7- Protected against the effects of immersion in water to depth between 15 cm and 1 meter for 30 min.