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What is ip55?
IP55. Water projected by a nozzle against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect. IP56. Water from heavy seas or water projected from jets shall not enter the machine in any harmful quantity.
What does ip55 rating mean?
IP65 Enclosure – IP rated as “dust tight” and protected against water projected from a nozzle. IP66 Enclosure – IP rated as “dust tight” and protected against heavy seas or powerful jets of water. IP 67 Enclosures – IP rated as “dust tight” and protected against immersion.
What is the ip55 standard?
Nema Enclosures Manufacturing Corporation uses the IEC’s standardized International (or Ingress) Protection Code system for measuring enclosures capabilities. … We carry IP55 enclosures that demonstrate almost complete protection from particles and a good level of protection against water.
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What is IP55 rating?
IP55 stands for ‘Ingress Protection55’, and it indicates that a phone has been tested against dust and water for up to 55 minutes at a pressure of one atmosphere (or about 10 centimeters of air).
To put this in simpler terms: That means that for most phones with an IP55 rating, no problem should occur even after being left exposed to water from any angle – including from above if you happen to have your phone out of sight at ground level.
IP ratings are an international standard, dating back to 1959. They’re meant to identify the resistance of a device to dust and water. As a rule of thumb the higher the left or right number, the higher the protection it has against dust or water.
Is IP55 waterproof?
The short answer: No, IP55 is not waterproof. That’s not to say that IP55 is not a good water-resistant rating. It is, but the most important factor that makes a phone waterproof is the O-ring seal, which is typically found around the camera and on the back of some devices, such as the iPhone X.
The seal is what keeps water out without also letting dust in. IP55, on the other hand, is not designed to keep water out but only to keep it at a certain level for a certain amount of time. So, yes, it will survive a rainstorm or an accidental dip in the pool. But it won’t stop a hosepipe or a garden sprinkler.
IP55 Water and Dust Resistance testing method
The test protocol for IP55 is very similar to the one used for IP68. First, the device is submerged in water and then dried off with a clean cloth. Water pressure is applied for a set amount of time. The IP rating scale is as follows:
IP54: Protection against dust for up to 5 minutes under water pressure of one bar
IP55: Protection against dust for up to 55 minutes under water pressure of one bar
IP56: Protection against dust for up to 5 minutes under pressure of two bar
IP58: Protection against dust for up to 30 minutes under pressure of two bar