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Article Date: 16th December 2013

Schneider Electric - Get Winter-Ready: The Latest Enclosure Heating Innovation from Schneider Electric

Energy Management - Enclosure Heaters - Electrical Distribution

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Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, has launched its new Spacial CRS range of enclosure heaters adapted for outdoor installations, following the latest research into enclosure innovations.

Offering maximum effectiveness against high humidity and condensation, the ultra thin design and very low power density per cm², allows constant heat diffusion within all enclosure surfaces. With an operational limit of -60°C, Spacial CRS heaters are also ideal for use in environments which experience extremely low temperatures.

What’s more, the combination of a Schneider Electric control device – such as a hygrostat, hygrometer or thermostat – along with a Spacial CRS heater, allows energy consumption savings of up to 50% compared with a heater installed without any control devices.

The Spacial CRS heaters are designed to be placed closely to equipment that is highly humidity and temperature-sensitive, but with the least possible footprint. The ultra-thin design has a depth of 1.6mm, making them the narrowest heaters available on the market and enabling them to be installed in areas which were not previously accessible to the installer – for example, the side panels, the rear part of door or the rear part of mounting plate. Five installation modes in total are now possible.

The Spacial CRS heaters have a very low and steady set-off power compared with common PTC heaters, which prevents the occurrence of disturbances and preserves the electrical protection of the heaters.

Furthermore, Spacial CRS heaters are UL, CUL, and VDE approved and are suitable for use in infrastructure segments – for example in motorway, water, railway and public lighting applications – as well as for the OEM’s market.

For more information or to find the best Spacial CRS model to suit your enclosure, please email below:

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