Catalog 2013/2014 Electronic Products and Relays - Chapter Panel heaters - 8 Pages

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Panel heaters Product group picture 6/1 ABB | Catalog Electronic Products and Relays 2013/2014 | 2CDC 110 004 C0209

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Panel heaters Panel heaters Product group picture 6/1 Benefits and advantages, heat demand calculation 6/3 Dimensional drawings, Application note 6/7 2CDC 110 004 C0209 | Catalog Electronic Products and Relays 2013/2014 | ABB 6/2

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Panel heaters Benefits and advantages, Heat demand calculation Why do I need a panel heater? Whenever the ambient temperature around the control panel exceeds the temperature inside the control panel, condensation may occur inside the control panel. Humidity may be deposited as condensation water on the devices and terminals in the control panel, leading to malfunction and short circuits. A simple solution is heating the inside of the control panel. This ensures that the temperature inside the control panel is always a little bit higher than the outside temperature, thus avoiding condensation....

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Panel heaters Ordering details Ordering details Rated input power Cable length Order code Plate temperature Rated operational voltage Order code Mounting clips for heating elements to snap on DIN rail (Heating Power 20-100W) Mounting clips for heating elements to snap on DIN rail (Heating Power 200-300W) Heating plate 100 W1) adjustable Rated input power Ordering details - Accessories Mounting clips Thermostat with rated operational voltage 230 Thermostat V AC (Temperature adjustable from 10 to 60 °C) 2CDC 110 004 C0209 | Catalog Electronic Products and Relays 2013/2014 | ABB

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Panel heaters Technical data Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values, if noting else indicated. Type Input circuit - supply circuit Rated operational voltage Operational voltage range Rated frequency Frequency range Typical current / power consumption Typical inrush current Output circuit Heating element silicone heating element Bracket of the heating element anodized aluminium Isolation of the heating element Maximum peak heating power Maximum plate temperature Plate temperature adjustable Power density General data Duty time screw, bond, DIN rail (optional) Electrical connection Connecting line...

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Panel heaters Technical data Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values, if noting else indicated. Type Input circuit - supply circuit Rated operational voltage Rated voltage range Rated frequency Frequency range Typical current / power consumption Typical inrush current Output circuit Heating element silicone heating element Bracket of the heating element anodized aluminium Isolation of the heating element Maximum peak heating power1) Maximum plate temperature Power density Plate temperature adjustable General data Duty time screw, bond, DIN rail Electrical connection Connecting line out of silicone...

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Panel heaters Dimensional drawings, Application note Heating elements for screw mounting, optionally DIN rail mounting with mounting clips Heating plates, temperature adjustable from 30 to 150 °C, with mounting clip for DIN rail mounting Application note The panel heaters regulate their surface temperature themselves. Depending on the environmental conditions and the heat dissipation, the heating power could therefore be smaller than the electrical peak input power. 6/7 ABB | Catalog Electronic Products and Relays 2013/2014 | 2CDC 110 004 C0209

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Panel heaters Notes 2CDC 110 004 C0209 | Catalog Electronic Products and Relays 2013/2014 | ABB

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