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Did you know that fire safety of electrical devices starts with PCB terminals?
May 27, 2022
Fire safety in the automation industry has always been a subject of great concern. Under the automatic operation of electrical appliances, sometimes there is a current overload or short circuit. The conductive metal parts of the terminal block or the connected conductors will be abnormally hot. At this time, if the shell material of the terminal block does not pass the safety test, it may be due to high heat. And produce flammable substances, which in turn lead to fire accidents.
Fully automated in-line cable identification in cable & wire processing
Identification in industry
Mar. 10, 2022
Automated labelling is an increasingly important part of the processes in the production of products. It significantly contributes to the smooth operation of the organization, traceability, and brand awareness.
What are relays and why are they so important?
Mar. 03, 2022
Relays are electronic or electromagnetic switches that are effective in both complex and simple circuits. They can be used in the place of other forms of switches, or they can be specifically designed based on factors such as required amperage.
How to protect cables against mechanical and environmental damage?
Feb. 28, 2022
Electrical cables are installed in a wide variety of environments, and it is often necessary to provide protection for these cables to prevent mechanical and environmental damage. Whether you are dealing with industrial generator parts or your data centre server cabinet, you need to plan for your cable management. We will be outlining these considerations and the role of different solutions to ensure that your cable management installation is an asset for years to come.
Cooling: a safe and certified range of fans
Feb. 17, 2022
When it comes to cooling, fans are usually used to facilitate heat exchange with the environment, in combination with compressors and evaporators. However, the use of new gases in refrigerant circuits places them in situations of potential ignition risk, in the event of leaks.