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How to efficiently calculate the Short-circuit capacity of your control panel?
How to achieve high Short-circuit current capacity
Experience a real-life scenario from a customer perspective
Get an insight on engineering tools that help us with a more accurate value
Adding communication to the control panel has many added benefits for both panel builders and end-users. In this seminar, we will explore technologies such as IO-Link and Industrial Ethernet (PROFINET) enabled pilot devices that add communication in the control panel while reducing overall wiring and assembly time.
In this lecture you will learn more about the latest changes in IEC 60204-1 Ed. 2016 about control
circuits and the reliable construction and protection of the 24 V DC control circuit. Here in
particular how overload and short-circuit in one or more branches can be reliably detected and
faulty consumer branches can be switched off, while the other consumers continue to be supplied.
What does the temperature rise evaluation involve? Learn more about technical standards and product-related requirements as well as technical risk assessment with reliable temperature rise evaluation methods for the documentation of an industrial control panel.
Overview of North American standards for SCCR, introductory basics of short-circuit and short-circuit current rating, SCCR determination for the control panels according to UL and CSA standards, practical example of SCCR determination
What effect does the current EMC Directive 2014/30 / EU have on the control cabinet? Which standards are relevant and must be considered? And how can electromagnetic phenomena be considered during the engineering phase? In this lecture we would like to explain practical tips as well as the current guideline and the relevant standards and their application.
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