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Noise Canceling Design

BrailleBox V5 produces surprisingly low noise volumes when embossing braille. To offer minimum noise levels has been a priority characteristic during the BrailleBox design. The low noise level [60 dB(A)] of BrailleBox is achieved by the use of different sound absorbing components and making the embosser a completely sealed-off unit, which keeps the noise contained inside the braille embosser. Ventilation is through mufflers, reducing the leaking of any noise and yet enabling sufficient air flow. 

The design of BrailleBox proves important when placed in environments where low noise levels are appreciated. Competitor braille production embossers generally require that they are placed in its own room due to the noise that braille producing makes; and additionally the enormous size.