Telecom Electrical Enclosure Cooling: Back to Basics

Today’s telecommunications networks are essential for the Internet, cell phones, and industrial control and communications, in addition to radio and television. As bandwidth and power demands increase, the electrical component densities in telecom equipment, such as transmitters and receivers, increase at similar rates.

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When You Should Choose an Air to Air Heat Exchanger

An air to air heat exchanger is an excellent enclosure cooling choice that outperforms conventional filtered fan solutions yet is more economical than enclosure air conditioning. The low power consumption coupled with excellent heat removal capabilities make it a good option for cooling remote electrical enclosures, and its low noise levels means that air to air heat exchangers can be placed in quiet areas.

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How Proper Cooling Optimizes Industrial Control Panel Performance

How_Proper_Cooling_Optimizes_Industrial_Control_Panel_Performance.jpgIndustrial control panels are extensively used for the control of complex machines. Due to diverse requirements that include the distribution of power to the machine and the measurement and control of various inputs and outputs, a wide variety of electrical equipment is used.

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7 Enclosure Air Conditioner Questions You Should Ask - But Haven't

The widespread adoption of enclosure air conditioners to keep electrical enclosures cool has enhanced enclosure reliability and allowed the use of sensitive equipment in harsh locations. Further, the availability ofonline tools for selecting air conditioners has made it easier for enclosure cooling designers to choose the right air conditioners for their applications. But sometimes solutions are not that obvious and outside help is required. Here are seven enclosure air conditioner questions that, perhaps, you should have asked.

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Industrial Control Panels: 5 Overlooked Cooling Considerations

Industrial_Control_Panels-_5_Overlooked_Cooling_Considerations.jpgWhen planning for industrial control panels, designers usually look first at ways to save on product costs. While initial cost savings may be important, it’s reliable and trouble free operation that will save money in the long run.

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What You May Have Missed: Electrical Enclosure Cooling News & Updates

No matter where your electrical equipment is located and what method you’re employing to cool an enclosure, there are always new cooling and safety considerations to keep your eye on. Here are the top industry news and resources you may have missed:

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Daily, Weekly & Monthly Maintenance for Your Cabinet Cooling System

Cabinet cooling systems are carefully designed and manufactured using high quality components offering maximum life expectancies. In order to ensure continuous trouble free operation, the system should be periodically maintained making certain the cooling system is working properly.

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How Do Thermal Expansion Valves Contribute to Enclosure Cooling?

How Do Thermal Expansion Valves Contribute to Enclosure Cooling?As new industrial technologies continue to develop, electrical components and devices such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) are getting more compact, creating more heat inside enclosures than ever before. Additionally, in order to save on installation costs, engineers and designers are increasingly forced to place electrical enclosures in harsh environments near heat producing machines or inoutside environmentswhere cabinet temperatures can exceed 130°F (54°C) from solar heat gain.

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5 Facts About Air Conditioners for Telecom Electrical Enclosures

Outdoor telecom electrical enclosures are subject to high levels of solar radiation. The effects of solar heating as well as the heat load inside enclosures mean that some form of enclosure cooling is necessary. Additionally, telecom electrical enclosures and their associated enclosure coolers must be able to withstand the effects of adverse weather conditions.

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Debunking 4 Air to Air Heat Exchanger Myths

Debunking_X_Air_to_Air_Heat_Exchanger_Myths.jpgAlthough air to air heat exchangers have been around for many years, there are misconceptions about how they work and why they are so useful. Many are skeptical about this form of cooling and feel that it's no better than fan-assisted cooling or natural ventilation. The truth is air to air heat exchangers are a viable alternative to other cooling solutions. Here are a few myths that are commonly mentioned.

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