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Condensation in industrial truck mounted computers

Condensation in industrial truck mounted computers

Condensation in industrial truck mounted computers

We have a problem of condensation build up inside the unit and we need either a plug, valve to drain the water out or something to prevent the condensation in the first place.

RE: Condensation in industrial truck mounted computers

What is "the unit"?  What is the environment?

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RE: Condensation in industrial truck mounted computers

simple answer, air conditioning or use of silica gel dessicants. the problem with dessicants is they can saturate and they have to be replaced.

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