Moving to a Wireless Industrial Control: IoT & More
Many industrial and manufacturing operations are looking closely at wireless industrial controls to...
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Almost every industry uses instrumentation equipment for precise measurements of variables like temperature, pressure, and time.
Behind these critical instrumentations are fundamental design principles that ensure safe usage and accurate results each time.
Whether they're referred to as box-builds or integrated systems, electronic enclosures combine the:
In shorter terms, electronic enclosures are the finished and operable product.
To ensure the success and longevity of your enclosure, keep these design tips in mind:
Class 2 IPC electronics are expected to work in industrial environments that require continuous performance. Unlike Class 3 IPC electronics, the safety of the operators are not at stake with Class 2. Examples of Class 2 electronics include microwaves, air conditioners, and televisions.
When your design can use class 2 electronics, remember these characteristics:
Designing an LED PCB means designing for heat transfer. Since many components and instrumentations use LED lights as on/off, status, and warning indicators, significant amounts of heat can be produced, which can damage the board over extended periods of use.
To manage heat on your LED integrated PCB: