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Bruce Walker

How to Keep Your Power Control Panel Safe – Tips and Tricks

Reported by Bruce Walker | December 7th, 2017 @ 09:23 AM

Power control panel systems are very useful, and exist in various types in the market. Each panel functions in a different way, according to the industry requirement. Power control failure is one of the commonest issues, and a professional is necessary for fixing such problems – given that each panel is different in some way or other. Know about some common reasons for the failure of power-control panel systems.


Power outages or surcharge

In the absence of surge suppressors or line reactors, voltage fluctuation, outage or power overload can damage the main power supply. This can result in damaged controller programs or electronics and lost faulted VFDs. Line reactors assist in the maintenance of programs of industrial-grade machines and motors.


Disconnected or loose wires

A lot of electricians use screw terminals for repairing electrical circuits. Such terminals are vibration-sensitive, and can lead to the screws getting loose over time. This can ultimately result in the loop being exposed, and it is tough to fix this problem due to a joint terminal. It is essential to inspect these terminals from time to time to gauge the situation, and making your connections tighter.


Tripped breakers / blown fuse

These problems arise due to power overload, and it actually comes down to well-protected the electric circuit is. In case the power system’s performance is weak, first you should look for tripped breakers or blown fuses. As these are separated circuits, the power control system appears to be working normally although some components do not work in the systems process.


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