To prevent problems inside electrical or control panels, it is necessary to maintain certain climatic conditions, so that the components inside them can work perfectly. At Fandis we have designed a wide range of solutions, and we present them to you today, starting from the nature of the problem.
One of the main factors to keep under control in electronic enclosures is the temperature: the combination of the heat produced by the components inside the enclosure added to the external temperature, in fact, mean that there is the need to control in order not to jam the instruments and the components it contains.
To solve the problem, we need to lower the temperature inside the framework, through ventilation, both natural (where the air goes in and out thanks to two or more grids ventilation) or forced (where air enters or exits thanks a fan located inside the cabinet), up to the use of air conditioners.
A range of roof exhaust units, also in direct current, to suck warm air out of the enclosure and of filters and filter units for the proper ventilation of electrical panels.
Bordos: thermoelectric units
Standard and customised thermoelectric units for small enclosures or electronic equipment in telecommunications and industrial automation fields. These units operate according to the principles of the semiconductors technology (Peltier effect).
Air-conditioning the inside of the panel with proper ventilation, do we put tools and components in safety? It’s not that simple. By controlling only the parameter of temperature, in fact, we leave the enclosure and all that is in exposed to the corrosive and oxidizing action of condensation and humidity. To solve this problem, the ideal solution is the combined use of a thermostat and a hygrostat, which can control an anti-condensate resistance that, by heating the interior of the framework, dissipates the moisture and prevents the components to be damaged. Clearly the working environment and the climate zone in which it is installed are critical to manage this phenomenon: in the equatorial countries the condensation problem could be accused much more seriously than in dry environments, where the temperature range between day and night does not lead to the famous dew point determining the formation of water.
Orangis: thermostats and hygrostats
Mechanical thermostats and hygrostats for temperature and humidity regulation in electrical enclosures, with DIN rail application.
Fucsis: anti-condensation heaters
A variety of heaters for the thermo-regulation of electrical cabinets, connectable by cable or terminal block, with DIN rail fastening. The ventilated version enhances the heating power up to a thermal capacity of 350W.
We solved the problems of temperature and condensation. But what about the dust?
Of course, you can not dust the inside of an electrical panel as we do with other areas of the company, but we have to consider that while we make temperature regulation through a fan, together with air also foreign particles and dust from the outside make their way, and they are able to damage the equipment, thus compromising the correct operation.
A range of filters and filter fans for the ventilation of electrical panels, equipped with a non-woven fabric filter mats.The products are available on request with IP55 protection and EMC version screen.
Sensis: the solution to manage all solutions
Once all the components necessary for the correct maintenance of the electrical panel have been installed, the problem remains monitoring and diagnostics. How to constantly check that the electrical panel is “healthy”, planning maintenance, before intervening on malfunctions? We have a solution to this too!
Sensis, in fact, is the Fandis thermal management system for electrical panels: a single product capable of responding to all the needs of climate control, predictive maintenance and interconnectivity. It detects the temperature and humidity in the electrical panel and acts on the air flow, controlling the ventilation or cooling systems, as well as any obstruction of the filters or the presence of leaks.
Sensis, through programmable hysteresis relay outputs and floating contacts, adapts to any type of actuator and cabinet configuration.
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