It’s summertime, and like it or not, the weather is HOT! We all beat the heat by staying inside a nice air-conditioned room, but what about your electrical components? Not only are they subject to the same ambient heat that we have to endure, but they also generate heat as they run in a control enclosure. This heat needs to be dissipated from the enclosure to protect your components from excessive temperatures. But at what temperature should you be concerned, and how do you mitigate the heat in your enclosure? Let’s cool down and dive in:
Watch an ultimate showdown of metal vs. fluff! We put Rosie, a 7-month-old labradoodle puppy, and an Omron TM Collaborative Robot up to a friendly competition to see WHO can learn new tricks faster. Who do you think will win?
Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group Company, is located in Parsippany, NJ and designs and manufactures high-performance components such as dividers, directional couplers and filters for RF and microwave distribution systems. Like most companies, Microlab used batch assembly to produce their products, but wanted to transition to one-piece flow to save money, time, and to provide a larger variety of better products for the customer.