Indoor Projector Enclosure

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Indoor Projector Enclosures

Projector Enclosures for use in Indoor Applications

Projectors are being used everywhere nowadays: inside, outside, rain, shine. For years projectors have commonly been used indoors, and as technology advances, so does the use of projectors, projection screen materials, and many other associated accessories. Keep in mind that having a projector that is located indoors doesn't eliminate the concern for the life and well being of your projector. There are a substantial amount of contaminates in your house, office, and indoor facilities that will diminish and even cut short the life expectancy of your projector.

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Read the Home Theater article for a comprehensive look at airborne contaminates inside of your house and what this will do to your projection system. There are a few tips we can give you right off the bat to help you with these and other common problems as you are waiting for your indoor projector enclosure to arrive.

  • Be sure to check the filter regularly and clean the dust and other fine particles off of it. We recommend that you do this on an average of once a month. Some projectors have more than one filter so be sure to refer to your manual or user guide for maintenance instructions.
  • Your enclosure needs a steady air supply and should not have anything placed within a minimum of 2" of the sides. Limiting or restricting airflow will cause unexpected failure or in many cases immediate shutdown.

We have seen many cases where even in a home situation, the environmental concerns are far greater than in some retail and commercial applications due to the amount of textiles, carpet, and clutter throughout the house. One particular situation was so bad, in fact, that the projector was overheating shortly after startup only one month after installation.

As you can imagine, the customer was a little upset. Upon visiting the home, our team discovered that the filter on the projector was so clogged with dust and soot that when we cleaned it with forced air there was a cloud of dust. In this case, we recommended that the client either place the projector in a projector enclosure or clean the filter on the projector a minimum of once every two weeks.

To learn more about preventative measures and projector enclosures, visit our blog. Projection applications can benefit greatly from installing a projector in a protective enclosure. We provide cost effective options for indoor projector enclosures that can be used for a variety of applications and will preserve and protect your projector's lifespan and prevent frequent bulb replacements.

Visit us at www.projectorenclosure.com or call 888-631-5880 for a no hassle consultation that we guarantee will provide value to your and your business.