Protection enclosures are devices meant to keep out varying degrees of intrusion. The term IP Code is used to mean International Protection Marking and is used to classify and rate the degree of protection a product offers. The standardization of IP Codes allows for more detailed information to the consumer about how a protection enclosure will perform. Protection enclosure ratings are often seen on electronics such as phones and computers.
The testing of protection enclosures is a process that puts these devices under scrutiny to see how well they perform at keeping intrusions out. Products are tested for things like how well they keep dust out and the size of the dust, how well they keep water out and under what circumstances, and electrical and mechanical testings. IP Codes are assigned based on how the product performs during these tests.
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