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Warmth, cold, humidity: the proper atmosphere inside the enclosures

October 14th, 2011 | 3 Comments | Posted in Panel Building
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Most of the electrical panels and switchboards don’t need any thermal management for their internal atmosphere. The variation range of their internal temperature remains acceptable through the seasons and stays within the limitations imposed by the incorporated devices. However, some electrical switchboards should deal with extremely cold temperatures (technical rooms in the mountain) or with very warm or humid atmospheres (installations in Africa, in the Far East,…). Without going that far, some electrical switchboards contain a high density of power electronics devices. These electronic devices are more and more compact and generate a high level of heat dissipation. It is particularly true as examples for transformers, and for variable speed drives too. This situation is also frequent in little or big computing rooms. So, what are the solutions for electrical switchboards? (more…)

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