Outdoor projection requires protective weatherproof enclosures. As well as being super secure, they are cost-effective, protecting a sometimes hefty investment.

Outdoor Projector Enclosures

Outdoor projector enclosures are also known as cabinets, housings, and even boxes. They are also known as environmental projector enclosures - although the most common use is for outdoor projection. Sometimes they are required for projecting underground, in swimming pools and in environments whereby sea salt can damage the hardware.

They come in a "one size fits all" standard solution or they can be bespoke produced to match needs. The enclosures are designed to protect from harsh and typical weather.

Harsh weather would be a T10 tornado, whilst typical weather would be rain and hot sunshine which the projector needs to be protected from.

Some of the many features available:

Powder coated in any colour

Vandal-proof optical, treated glass viewing window

Security locks with dust caps

Built-in cooling fans with adjustable temperature switch (to protect from over heating in summer)

Built in heater with adjustable thermostat (protects screen from freezing in winter)

Universal projector mounting tray

Remote monitoring of all data - even lamp hours

 

Environmental Projector Enclosure Optional Extras

Highly beneficial optional extras are available in projector housings:

IR control with a built in IR receiver and dual wand transmitters -  to give you control without opening the unit

Media player with USB input - to display video/imagery

TV box - so you can show live TV just by connecting an aerial to the enclosure

For further information visit Outdoor Projector Enclosure website

Digital Screen Outdoor Enclosure - Best Features

Weatherproof screen enclosures size required typically available from 40" to 70"

Powder coated steel case

Vandal proof screen

Security locks

Built in cooling fan with adjustable temperature switch

Built in heater with adjustable thermostat

Built in screen mount

Summary:

Outdoor projectors and screens need to be protected. Projectors can cost in excess of $100 000; and enclosure to protect it less than $5000.

Options are available off the shelf, or bespoke, offering all the features that the actual project requires.

 

 

 

 

 

Hotel reception projection

Video mapping using projector and enclosure

 

Projecting in swimming pool environments

 

Projecting into shopping centre