Here on the east coast we are not only roasting from the heat, but simmering like a pot roast in the humidity. And there’s no end in sight. Which, in my sweaty misery, reminds me of the nasty effects of heat on your industrial electronics.
Do you know what they call it when your electronic equipment craps out from overheating? Premature failure! Sounds bad….very bad!
Do you want to avoid faulty instrument readings, tripped circuit breakers and smoked circuit boards?
Here are a few tips to protect your valuable electronic investments from the going to h*ll in the heat…just in case you haven’t yet done everything you can possibly do short of moving your operation into the nearest mega-sized walk-in freezer:
- Use cabinet fans for forced air cooling; these can be installed on existing equipment
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who gave that right to me.
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