The Pepro difference!
The cornerstone of Pepro’s patented enclosure technology is the principal of the Faraday Cage.
A Faraday cage (shield) can be described as an enclosure created by conducting materials that blocks external electric fields (both static and non-static).
These cages can be used to protect different kinds of electronic equipment from electrostatic discharges. They can’t block magnetic fields like Earth’s magnetic field, but they can protect the interior from electromagnetic radiation coming from the outside.
Engineered enclosures maximize the ability of digital communications systems to operate in difficult environments.
- Pepro enclosures are designed to dissipate any charge while it is resident on the outermost surface.
- Any current, charge, or interference (e.g. lightning, RFI, EMI, etc.) is confined to areas that will not affect the sensitive, digital equipment inside.
Pepro has developed all other technology and designs from this cornerstone.
- All components build upon the concept of dissipating the charge in the Faraday Cage.
- Each component offers further preventative measures to keep the charge from entering the enclosure, to provide maximum effectiveness.
Pepro's Cable Entry Gland System is a critical element in the enclosure design.
- This product makes the outer surface of any cable or media entering the enclosure (where RFI, EMI, etc. currents will travel) an effective part of the enclosure.
- Accomplished by a patented system that diverts any unwanted current.
Laboratory tests have proven this system alone to be 300% more effective than the current cable entry gland technology in use. This product can be used in conjunction with any shelter or enclosure, including ones already deployed. Existing equipment can be upgraded or “hardened” through a retrofit.
The Cable Entry Gland is an integral part of all Pepro engineered enclosures.
As with the line worker in the video above, the equipment inside our enclosures is protected by a Faraday cage, which keeps the charge on an object to its outermost surface. Tests and field performance of our enclosures since the first installation in 1992 have proven lightning can strike our enclosures without harming anything inside.