Cooling Telecom Electronics with an Air to Air Heat Exchanger

The world relies on dependable telecommunications to stay connected. From smart phones to satellites, telecom products are an essential part of both work and play. Consider the types of telecom electronics most people use every day, often without even knowing it. The office server, the electronics cabinet along the road, the cell tower, and the satellite are just a few examples of the types of the telecom electronics you employ every day.

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Small Details of Enclosure Air Conditioners That Make a Big Difference

Unlike a residential cooling system, an enclosure air conditioner must accommodate special situations. The sometimes harsh environments where electrical enclosures are located make it necessary to ensure that the air conditioner protects the components inside beyond just cooling the cabinet. Some examples include:

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The OEM Guide to Cooling Systems for Electrical Enclosures in the Summer Heat

As temperatures start to rise in the summer months, the risk of failure of electrical components increases if they are located outdoors or in unconditioned spaces. As an OEM, your customers rely on you to provide electrical enclosures that are dependable all year long. This means taking the summer climate into account and ensuring that your electrical enclosures are equipped with cooling systems that can accommodate the full range of temperatures to which they will be exposed.

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4 Summer Maintenance Tips for Your Enclosure Air Conditioner

When an enclosure air conditioner is located outdoors or in an environment that is not temperature controlled, it usually has to work harder in the summer months to maintain the desired internal temperature. Because it will be running more frequently than usual, it will need more regular maintenance to ensure proper operation.

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Compensating for Changing Heat Load with a Thermal Expansion Valve

Many electrical enclosures are located in environments that change drastically throughout seasons, or even within the same day. When temperatures swing from one extreme to another, your enclosure cooling system must be able to keep up. An integrated thermal expansion valve is the best way to ensure that an enclosure air conditioner operates at peak performance no matter what the external temperature is.

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The Importance of Quality Cooling for Electrical Enclosures in Hot Environments

The components inside an electrical enclosure must be protected from both the heat they generate and the heat from the surrounding environment. In hotter environments, whether they are indoors or outdoors, you must be certain that the cooling system will not fail.

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5 Applications Suitable for a Cabinet Cooling Fan

Some of the most common solutions for cooling an electrical cabinet are air conditioners and air to air heat exchangers. However, certain applications allow a simpler and more cost-effective option. A cabinet cooling fan is an economical solution for an application that meets the following criteria:

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5 Maintenance Tips to Keep Electrical Enclosure Cooling Units Running Smoothly

A properly sized and fully functioning cooling system is a critical component of an electrical enclosure. If a filtered fan, heat exchanger, or air conditioner is not properly maintained, it can result in equipment failure and possible damage to the valuable electronic components in the enclosure.

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4 Things to Consider When Choosing Cooling for Electrical Enclosures for Waste Water Treatment

Waste water treatment facilities are demanding environments that are often subject to harsh conditions. The equipment, including air conditioners for electrical enclosures, within these facilities must therefore be able to withstand the potential contaminants, cleaning chemicals, and other materials that are used in everyday operations.

When selecting cooling equipment for a waste water treatment plant, it is important to know that not all enclosure air conditioners are suitable for such an extreme environment.

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Cooling Electrical Enclosures in Contaminated Environments

Electrical enclosures must be protected from overheating in all applications, including contaminated environments that can cause sensitive components to corrode or fail. In addition to protection from water, dirt, and dust, electrical enclosures can be exposed to salt, chlorine, sulfur dioxide and other chemicals that can potentially damage your valuable assets.

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