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Distribution With A Difference Tempest Projector Enclosures


Tempest is the world’s premier manufacturer of specialist outdoor enclosures for digital projectors, moving and conventional lighting instruments. Our Patented Digital Enclosure Control technology keeps your equipment cool when it’s hot, warm when it’s cold, and prevents harmful condensation.


Blizzard G4 Outdoor Enclosures


The all-new Blizzard G4 family is the perfect outdoor enclosure solution for any projector from 5-15K lumens. Blizzard G4 comes in three sizes and three formats, Landscape, Portrait and Ultra Short Throw.


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Cyclone G4 Outdoor Projector Enclosures


The new Cyclones are our best-ever outdoor enclosures, offering unparalleled protection for large format video projectors between 20-45k lumens, in any climate type. Cyclone enclosures are projector-specific and may be produced for you for any projector in Landscape, Portrait and Ultra Short Throw formats.


Whispr G4 Hush Enclosures


Whispr G4 is the all-new hush enclosure family with a solution for any projector 5-15k lumens. Whispr offers extremely quiet operation in meeting rooms, presentation suites, theatres and other noise-sensitive environments and is available in three sizes in Landscape, Portrait and Ultra Short Throw versions.


Tacit G4 Hush Enclosures For Large-Format Projectors


Tacit is the all-new enclosure family for quiet operation of big, noisy projectors in noise-sensitive areas such as digital cinema, training rooms, theatres and convention centers. Tacit models are projector-specific, and we can produce a Tacit enclosure for any projector from 20-45k lumens.


Typhoon G4 Rental & Staging Enclosures


Specifically developed for the needs of rental operations and event production houses, these sturdy but lightweight enclosures protect your projectors from weather, salt and oil fog, and accidental damage. Winner of the Commercial Integrator Magazine Best Product Award 2016.


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