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Electrical Manufacturers Association

October 1, 2013 in News Tags: ,

Any good worker will tell you that the right tool is essential for the right job. The protection of electrical equipment, such as computers is no different, choose the wardrobe for the correct area is also essential. The industrial PC cabinets can be built and designed for any task in any area, no matter that such extreme conditions are, when it comes to selecting a cabinet the important thing is to establish the kind of conditions in which the computer Cabinet should work. These are some of the types of conditions that the cabinets are often required and the type of wardrobe that is most appropriate for each type of environment. Areas full of dust: the dust is one of the most common causes for a failure in the computer, even areas relatively low dust such as offices produce sufficient dust which can be agglomerated in the base of a box for standard PC. With excess dust the problem increases with overheating computers due to the isolation of dust, while hard drives and other parts Mobile can clog.

The dust also tends to cause short circuit boards especially if they contain conductive material, such as metals. To combat the conditions caused by dust, the most cost-effective solution is a closet for hardened steel industrial PC. The IP54 describes the European standard of ingress protection. Two digits describing the protection offered by the box for the two, dust (first digit) and liquids (second digit). In the United States.UU. a different protection system is published, which is known as NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association). A Cabinet IP 54 or NEMA 4 equivalent will provide adequate protection against dust for most environments, however for some areas where dust has the potential to cause explosions then other known as ATEX Directives describe the capacity of a Cabinet to operate safely in an ATEX zone.

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