These fan heaters prevent formation of condensation and provide an evenly distributed interior air temperature in enclosures with electric/electronic components. The heaters are connected using the internal terminal connectors. The small size of the CS / CSL 028 heaters make them ideal for use in enclosures where space is at a premium.
The Flat Heater CP 061 is used to provide an evenly distributed temperature within enclosures and cabinets with electric/electronic components. Its ultra-thin design makes it particularly suitable for high-density applications for which standard enclosure heaters are often too big in size. Depending on the application, the Flat Heater can be used as a convection heater or as a contact heater. When used as a contact heater it offers thermoconductive contact to a component or a cabinet wall in need to be heated. Additionally, a mounting system especially designed for the CP 061 allows for the compensation of an expansion of the heater body as a result of the heating-up when in operation. Operated as a convection heater, the slim heater CP 061 warms up the ambient air within a cabinet. The CP 061 is designed for continuous operation.
These heaters are used in enclosures where damage from condensation must be prevented, or where the temperature may not fall below a minimum value. The aluminium profile heater body design has a chimney effect and distributes the heat evenly. The heaters are designed for permanent operation. Pressure clamb connectors save time and simplify installation.
Touch-safe heater for the use in enclosures with electrical/electronical components. The design of the heater supports the natural convection which results in a high air-current of warm air. The surface temperatures on the accessible side surfaces of the housing are kept down as a result of the heater design. Our complete range of thermostats and hygrostats can directly be connected to the heater CS 060. This heater is also available in a version with plug-in thermostat requiring no additional wiring (CSF 060). The heaters are designed for permanent operation.
Roof filter fans find use in enclosures and housings, from which warm air has to be diverted to lower the internal temperature. These low-noise roof filter fans are used to expel warm air from within the enclosure which has been generated by the stray power of the components and so protects the internal devices from overheating. To exchange the filter mat the hood can be easily opened without tools. The roof exit filter provides passive ventilation.
Filter fans are used to provide an optimum climate in enclosures and cabinets with electrical/electronic components. The interior temperature of an enclosure can be reduced by channelling cooler filtered outside air into the enclosure thus expelling heated internal air. The resulting airflow prevents formation of localised hot pockets in installations and protects electronic components from overheating.
The electronic hygrostat senses the relative humidity in an enclosure with electric/electronic components and turns on a heater at the set point, helping prevent the formation of condensation in the enclosure. The LED integrated in the adjustment knob is lit when the connected heater is in operation.
The electronic thermostat is used for controlling heating and cooling equipment, filter fans or signal devices. The thermostat registers the surrounding air and can switch both, inductive and resistive loads, via relay with change-over contact. The LED integrated in the adjustment knob is lit when the NC is closed. (e.g. when a connected heater is operating).