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Store Your Electronic Components

July 21, 2021 Posted by kyu7

If you are finding it difficult to keep your electronic components in tip-top condition due to the high level of humidity, you are on the right page. Humidity can cause the growth of mold and condensation on your electronic components. Therefore, you may want to get a dry cabinet as these units can help you resolve this issue without any problem. Read on to find out more about the importance of using these products.

Typically, a dry cabinet is an enclosure that can protect your materials from excessive moisture. In most cases, these products are used to store appliances and equipment that may not work properly if exposed to a high-humidity environment.

Actually, some instruments and equipment such as electronics, pcb boards and lens will stop working if stored in a high humidity environment. Moisture can reduce the internal performance of components and may cause them to malfunction.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at some solid reasons why you may want to store your electronic components in an Auto dry cabinet.

Importance of Using Dry Cabinets

First of all, you need to understand that fungus can develop in areas where the humidity level is too high. If something can damage your electronic components the most, it cannot be any other thing but a fungus. On top of this, the fungus is difficult to remove and may cause a lot of damage to your expensive electronic components.

Apart from this, the fungus continues to grow between the lens and the lens of the glass. Usually, you may face this problem if you keep your camera in an environment with fungus and a high level of humidity. The moment fungus starts to grow, it won’t take much time to spread and infect other things that you have placed near your gear.

If your electronics has been infected with fungus, you may not want to clean it with force or you may end up damaging the special coating on your electronics.

Typically, EMS manufacturers store their humidity sensitive devices in drawers and cupboards. Inside these storage units, the environment is dark and humid. As a result, fungus can easily thrive. Besides, these EMS manufacturers are from countries where the climate is humid and tropical throughout the year.

So, the best solution is to get dry cabinets. These units can make sure your expensive electronic is protected against dust, water vapor, and a high level of humidity.

Bonus Tips:

  • It’s not a good idea to store your electronics in an environment where the humidity level is too low as it causes irreparable damage to the rubber seals.
  • Generally, the humidity level should be lower than 30%, or you may face problems with your moisture sensitive components.

In short, these are some of the solid reasons why you may want to invest in dry cabinets to store your expensive moisture sensitive components. These units are strong enough to stand the test of time. So, the investment is worth it provided you get a high quality unit.

Microloans, and Crowdfunding

July 4, 2021 Posted by kyu7

The financial crisis has had at least one interesting side effect: the rise of alternative and increasingly creative forms of financing. During the economic recession, and continuing to today, credit and other traditional forms of start up financing became more difficult to obtain. As a result, entrepreneurs began looking to newer, less-traditional forms of raising capital that cut out the financial intermediaries (banks, for instance) that are typically present in the process.

Peer-to-peer (also known as person-to-person or P2P) lending is a process of borrowing directly from individuals; in most instances, the lender and the borrower never meet. There are a variety of ways this happens, but generally, the process is relatively simple: The borrower registers on one of the many peer-to-peer web sites and is then matched up with a number of lenders who are interested in investing based on the borrower and the interest rate, among other things.

The P2P industry has been growing rapidly over the past few years: In 2005, there was $118 million in outstanding P2P loans; by 2011, that number had reached more than $500 million. P2P web sites make a profit by charging the borrowers an interest rate (usually 2 to 5 percent) on top of what the lenders require. The overall success rate of getting a loan through a P2P process is about 10 percent. Microfinancing has become more popular recently because new ventures are requiring less financing than in previous years.

In the same vein, one creative funding source that has evolved in recent years is crowdfunding. Crowdfunding (or crowd financing), like P2P, involves getting individuals to pool their resources to finance a project without a typical financial intermediary. Unlike P2P, however, the lenders (also known as (“crowdfunders”) often do not engage in crowdfunding strictly for financial gain. In fact, the “lenders” often actually act more like donors. In a typical transaction, an entrepreneur can go onto a crowdfunding web site, propose the amount needed for the project, and, if the amount pledged is met crowdfunders, receive the funds. Usually, the crowdfunders receive something in return, like a product from the business (a DVD or CD from the film or album produced, for instance) but not their money back, if the project is funded, so the funds are not donations in the strict sense. In fact, studies show that for the majority of backers, the reward is the main motivator of their monetary pledge. Crowdfunding sites generally make a profit by taking a small percentage (about 5 percent) from the projects funded before the money goes to the entrepreneur.