Is it possible to manage an electrical panel with just one device?
Enclosures, in fact, are the central element of industrial plants and machines: thanks to them the energy distribution data, the process control, the storage of information are managed and, to guarantee their correct functioning, it’s fundamental to control the climatic situation inside, to keep the components installed in ideal working conditions and to avoid machine stops.
Overheating and condensation in enclosures
The increasing temperature inside the panel, produced by components functioning, and the risk of condensation are the parameters to be kept under control most. And, to maintain the temperature stable inside the electrical panel, appliances designed for climate control, such as ventilation, heating and cooling devices, must be kept in perfect working conditions, especially in remote installations, characterized by a high degree of air pollution.
Sensis: all thermal management in one product
Sensis detects and controls the temperature in the electrical panel, through sensors that can be easily placed in the most critical points, measures the air flow and monitors the efficiency of the ventilation system, signaling the obstruction of the filters or the presence of leaks.
Sensis autonomously manages the climatic parameters with temperature and humidity controls, through programmable hysteresis relay outputs and floating contacts, to adapt to any type of actuator and cabinet size.
The Sensis range by Fandis
The wide range of Sensis is compatible with all industrial field buses and makes it the first real thermal management device compliant with Industry 4.0. The climate data of the enclosure can be used at any time by HMI, IPC, or directly from the network from anywhere in the world. Each alarm, door opening or anomaly event is recorded and transmitted on request, also through the function of sending email to the maintenance technician (for the MQTT / OPCUA version).
The temperature measurements, taken from the installations through Sensis, provide feedback on the real working conditions of the plants, providing useful data for new projects.
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