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CUI Devices Adds IP67 Rated Models to Enclosed Speaker Line

TUALATIN, Ore. — September 8, 2020 — CUI Devices’ Audio Group today announced the addition of waterproof enclosed speakers to its CES product family. Carrying IP67 ratings, these enclosed speakers feature sound pressure levels (SPLs) from 89 to 106 dB at 10 cm and resonance frequencies from 680 to 1700 Hz. Thanks to their enclosed speaker design and IP67 ratings, the CES series offer engineers a turnkey solution fully optimized for superior sound quality and simplified design integration in applications that may be subject to moisture and environmental contaminants.

Available in rectangular, round, or square frame shapes with multiple cone types, the waterproof enclosed speakers further feature nominal inputs of 1, 1.5, or 2 W and impedance ratings of 4 or 8 ohms. All models carry wire lead terminations with a connector and are housed in ABS enclosures. Select speakers also offer panel mount flanges for easier installation and secure mounting.

The IP67 rated CES series are available immediately with prices starting at $3.08 per unit at 100 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing.

Summary
Product name: Waterproof enclosed speakers
Availability: Stock to 10 weeks
Possible users: Electronic devices subject to moisture and contaminants
Primary features: IP67 ratings, enclosed speaker design
Cost: $3.08 per unit at 100 pieces through distribution

View details for the CES series waterproof enclosed speakers

About CUI Devices

CUI Devices is a technology company focused on the development, manufacturing, and distribution of electronic components for a broad base of market segments. In operation as CUI Inc since 1989, CUI Devices has built customer and partner relationships and value by focusing on making the design engineer’s job easier and more successful through best-in-class online experiences, technical support, and customer service. In September 2019, CUI Devices announced a partial buy-out of CUI Inc’s operations, purchasing the Interconnect, Audio, Thermal Management, Motion, Sensor, and Switches lines. As a stand-alone entity, CUI Devices will continue to invest in the future through new technologies, talented employees, expanded manufacturing capabilities, and a growing global reach. To learn more, visit www.cuidevices.com.

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