EXAIR’s Thermostat-Controlled Cabinet Cooler System

With a Thermostat-Controlled Cabinet Cooler System, EXAIR uses a thermostat and solenoid valve to control the temperature inside an electrical panel.  They help to reduce the compressed air usage during cooler temperatures or off-peak hours.  Here is a video to demonstrate how to wire the thermostat and solenoid valve to a power source.

John Ball
Application Engineer

Email: johnball@exair.com
Twitter: @EXAIR_jb

 

Video Blog: Measuring Surface Temperature and Air Temperature Requires Different Tools

IR Temperature Guns are a great tool for measuring surface temperatures, but not the best solution for providing the air temperature data EXAIR needs to size a Cabinet Cooler system for your electronic cabinets. This brief video illustrates the differences between using an IR temp gun and a regular thermometer when gathering temperatures to determine Cabinet Cooler system specifications.

Make sure to print out the Cabinet Cooler Sizing Guide before you get started so you can easily fill in all the needed data.

Brian Farno
Application Engineer
BrianFarno@EXAIR.com
@EXAIR_BF