Introducing Arista HDMI / DVI Video Input Remote Displays

Arista has launched HDMI/DVI video input Remote Display family with high-definition video receiver. Arista's remote display range eliminates cable clutter without affecting performance or video quality. The display is shipped with a transmitter which facilitates the transmission of ultra-high-definition video & audio, IR controls, ethernet pass through, RS-232, USB and power over a single category… Read More »

Hazardous locations, NEMA enclosure and its types!

NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) defines standards used in North America for different grades of electrical enclosures. Such enclosures are mostly used in industrial environments,harsh work conditions,and hazardous locations. NEMA ratings categorizes enclosures  according to their ability to withstand damaging substances like water, dust, corrosion, oil, or other foreign materials. (more…) Read More »

HIMSS17, visit Arista Corporation at Booth #3430

HIMSS17 annual conference and exhibition is only a few weeks away, it is scheduled for February 19-23 in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Centre. Every year, HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) organizes conference and exhibition to showcase the latest trends, solutions and emerging technologies benefiting the healthcare IT. Moreover, the  HIMMS conference and… Read More »

ATEX Hazardous Zone equipment protection concepts

The ATEX directive controls the manufacturing and import of electrical equipment used in hazardous zone. Hazardous zone are areas with the presence of flammable gases, vapors and liquids in sufficient quantities to cause an explosion or fire. ATEX requires equipment to be safe and provided with labels/CE markings. Atex refers to two European Union (EU)… Read More »

Class 1 Division 2 Panel PCs, safe system for hazardous locations

For several manufacturing industries safety is a prime concern. Electrical equipment's used in atmosphere with flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dusts, ignitable fibers or filings can result in a fire or explosion. Area with presence of hazardous materials in sufficient qualities to create a fire or explosion is classified as hazardous area. In… Read More »