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With a typical airflow of 3,300 ml/min/cm3, the PE3 Series of GORE® Portable Electronic Vents allows air to flow freely through the device — equalizing internal pressure, reducing stress on the seals and eliminating transducer bias. At the same time, these vents protect internal electronics by serving as a barrier against liquid, dust and dirt, enabling the device to meet Level 7 of the IEC’s liquid ingress protection standard (IPx7) — immersion protection at one meter for 30 minutes.
GORE® Portable Electronic Vents protect portable devices in challenging environments without compromising sound quality. These devices frequently encounter significant pressure differentials caused by sudden weather or altitude changes. These differentials can compromise device performance in two ways: (1) causing housing seals to fail, which enables water and contaminants to enter; and (2) creating bias on compliant surfaces, which in turn reduces acoustic output. Over time, repeated pressure differentials can damage internal electronics and transducers.
The PE3 Series is the latest addition to the full line of GORE® Portable Electronic Vents, which are engineered specifically to deliver the best combination of ingress protection and high sound quality for small electronic devices. Leading device OEMs collaborate with Gore’s global application teams to deliver improved acoustic quality and more reliable environmental protection from liquids, dust, and pressure changes. For more information about Gore’s portable electronic venting products, visit http://www.gore.com/portableelectronics.
Gore is a technology-driven company focused on discovery and product innovation. Well known for waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® fabric, the company’s portfolio includes everything from high-performance fabrics and implantable medical devices to industrial manufacturing components and aerospace electronics. Founded in 1958 and headquartered in
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