Air conditioner applications are common for electrical enclosures used outdoors. Typical industry installations include: Telecommunications, Transportation, Kiosk and many more. However, these installations can present a few unique challenges. In most situations, a cabinet’s internal temperature needs
Whether you have a recently installed system or are in the design phase, heat generated within your electrcal enclosure needs to be removed to ensure an efficient and long lifespan of the components being housed. Often, this is a secondary concern and may not be a priority at the onset. Overlooking this or waiting to address this later can prove
When discussing cooling options, heat exchangers are a product that is often overlooked. The reason for this is many people are simply not as familiar with them compared to other options, such as air conditioners or fans. Yet, in many cases, this option may be the most economical and efficient solution to cooling. So, what exactly is a heat exchanger? How do they work? For which applications are they best utilized? What guidelines need to be considered?
When cooling an electrical enclosure, the airflow is an important factor to consider. However, to add to the complexity, different cooling products use air differently.Here is a "must know" concept to ensure success for your application.
Early Planning Helps Avoid Problems Later!
Heat producing components currently used in electronic and industrial equipment enclosures present the problem of dissipating the heat generated before damage can occur to heat-sensitive parts. In many cases, the problem can be solved by