Low voltage distribution cabinets are used in various usage scenarios. However, there are currently many specifications and types of such power equipment. Low voltage distribution cabinets can be used for energy conversion and control. When enterprises need power, lighting, and other power distribution, they have strong segmentation ability, flexible combination schemes, and a wide range of applications. Next, the manufacturer of cable tray in Jinan will tell you about the internal and external factors that affect the work of the distribution cabinet.
Internal factors affecting the operation of distribution cabinets
Internal factors can be divided into two types: system failures and personnel misoperation. The internal components of the low-voltage distribution cabinet, such as generators and transformers, may stop working due to unstable output of the power system or transmission faults of relays. However, in today's fully automated low-voltage distribution cabinet, the disconnection between systems and the failure of self-protection of the distribution cabinet may also lead to faults in the low-voltage distribution cabinet. As a low-voltage distribution cabinet operator, lack of understanding of rules and regulations or misoperation due to cumbersome operating instructions can also cause faults in the low-voltage distribution cabinet from the operational level.
So for some low-voltage distribution cabinet operators, it is necessary to be familiar with the above knowledge points, understand their own functions, and first prepare for various unexpected situations, which is very necessary.
External factors that affect the operation of the distribution cabinet.
Various sediment pollutants in nature should be promptly wiped and removed to avoid the occurrence of conductive phenomena. Natural disasters are force majeure, and damage to equipment in specific environments cannot be avoided
Moisture and condensation issues:
In coastal areas and areas with large temperature differences between day and night, moisture can cause a decrease in the insulation of the equipment itself. The large temperature difference between day and night leads to the condensation of moisture in the air on the equipment, resulting in insulation failure and accidents such as short circuits and electric leakage.
Salt spray corrosion problem:
Equipment in coastal areas is susceptible to salt spray, causing corrosion to equipment components and wiring connections, resulting in poor contact and unstable operation of the equipment; Moisture can cause insulation failure of the equipment itself, resulting in accidents such as short circuits, leakage, and power outages.
Moisture and mold problems:
In humid areas, especially underground, due to high humidity, the growth of mold spots on wires and boards is inevitable. The corrosion of mold on the surface of equipment can cause a decrease in the original insulation of the equipment, and the combined effect of moisture can cause equipment short circuits, power outages, and other accidents.
The problem of continuous accumulation of pollutants: After the equipment is cleaned with electricity, pollutants will continue to accumulate. Under the combined action of water and steam, the insulation of the equipment itself will gradually decrease, causing accidents such as leakage and discharge.
So these factors should be well protected against safety hazards caused by equipment, in order to significantly reduce equipment failure rate, ensure safe operation of equipment, improve equipment operation efficiency, save energy and consumption, extend equipment service life, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, pollution and consumption, and save energy and carbon. For more related content, come to our website consulting service