An electronic cooler can protect your electronics against excessive heat by allowing cool and clean air to circulate inside your electronics cabinet. Have you ever wondered what kind of damages could be caused to your electronics without the proper electronic cooler to protect them? Here are 7 examples.
1. Heat from the environment
When electronics cabinets are installed in high temperature environments, the electronics that are inside them will eventually get damaged by excessive heat. The same thing will happen if a cabinet is located outdoors, in an area where it receives direct sunlight. A cabinet cooler will help protect electronics from any external heat source.
2. Heat produced by the electronics themselves
Electronics themselves can generate a lot of heat, and if this heat stays trapped inside their cabinet, they will quickly overheat. This issue can be fixed with an electronic cooler that will constantly evacuate the heat produced by the electronics to replace it with clean, cool air that will circulate inside the cabinet.
3. Moisture and water
Any moisture or water that enters the cabinet will damage the electronics. When you have the right type of cabinet cooler in place, it will prevent the formation of condensation inside the cabinet to protect the sensitive electronics that are placed inside. With a closed loop system, the air inside the cabinet will be isolated from the ambient air.
4. Extreme weather conditions
When a cabinet is placed outside, it can be affected by heat, rain, snow, hail, strong winds, and other extreme weather conditions. An electronic cooler with a closed loop system will keep the inside of any cabinet cool and dry, which is what sensitive electronics need to perform their best. A cabinet cooler is necessary for any electronics cabinet located outside your facilities.
5. Dust and dirt
No matter where your cabinet is placed, the electronics inside can be affected by dust and dirt. This is even more true if you are working in an industry that produces a lot of dirt and debris that could damage your electronics. Once again, you can see the importance of isolating the air inside your cabinet with a closed loop system electronic cooler.
Vibrations, whether they are caused by an earthquake, by heavy machinery or equipment, or by an electronic motor inside the cabinet, can also damage sensitive electronics. A cabinet cooler will not protect electronics from vibrations, but you can at least make sure you are choosing the right cabinet cooler, one that will not produce any additional noise or vibration as it cools down your electronics cabinet.
7. A bad installation
If your electronics have been installed in a cabinet that is too small for them, or if they have not been installed properly, it can greatly reduce their lifespan. No cabinet cooler can save them from a bad installation, so if you suspect your electronics have not been installed the right way, you should ask an expert for some advice.