Free Webinar: Fast & Effective Ways to Remove Heat From Your Control Cabinet | Pumps & Systems

2022-05-28 18:31:31 By : Mr. Bruce Jiang

As electrical, automation and control systems components become more compact and complex the internal heat loads increase, it becomes more difficult to maintain electronics below max operating temperatures. Programmable logic controllers (PLCs), starters and drives are some of the major generators of heat in an enclosure. Finding the right balance between performance, size, reliability and ruggedness is critical to specify the most economical cabinet cooler that meets your requirements. This in-depth discussion on sealed enclosure cooling technology options will cover heat exchangers (above-ambient) and air conditioning (sub-ambient) cooling technologies, covering key technical aspects such as:

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Pellicone has over 10 years of experience designing and building both passive and active two-phase cooling systems for a wide range of applications. Specifically, he has led two-phase cooling programs ranging in power from 100 watts to 100 kilowatts for industries like high-performance computing and power electronics cooling. Pellicone has two patents pending that are related to two-phase cooling products and has authored or co-authored numerous conference and journal papers on the topic. He has a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Temple University and a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from Villanova University.

Stevens brings over 25 years of product management, product development and field application experience in the area of industrial controls and automation systems. He has been with ACT for nearly 10 years and was instrumental in the launch of the HVAC energy recovery product in 2012 and the sealed enclosure cooling product line 2016. Stevens supports both inside and outside sales globally as the market specialist. He uses his technical ability to provide management support and, in some cases, field install support. In addition to rep support, Stevens calls on the mechanical engineering community to present the application benefits of utilizing passive heat pipe energy recovery systems.