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Electrical panels

Electrical panels and controls are integral components of systems designed to manage the distribution or control of electric current and electrical equipment. Various aspects such as the design and production of electrical panels are carefully considered to effectively manage the flow of electricity and control electrical equipment, components, and various parts.

Industrial electrical panels supply power to various industrial equipment such as motors, pumps, and residential, commercial, and administrative buildings. These panels can be constructed from metal or non-metallic materials, tailored to specific needs, resulting in varying equipment used within them. They are utilized across various industries to protect and control circuits within a power system. While traditional electric panels were mechanically produced, the integration of PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) and drives now allows for more precise and digital functionality.

The voltages used in electric panels include:

  • Single-phase: Operating at 220 volts between phase and neutral.
  • Three-phase: Operating at 380 volts, with a voltage difference of 220 volts between each phase and neutral.

Three-phase industrial electric panels are commonly preferred due to their higher power output compared to single-phase panels.

Electric panels and controls consist of various components housed within plastic or metal enclosures, including:

  1. Panel Body: Protects all internal equipment and connections while ensuring a safe environment.
  2. Electrical Equipment: Comprises breakers, contactors, relays, input and output terminals, displays, alarms, timers, and other components for controlling and managing various equipment.
  3. Wires: Connect electrical equipment to power sources and to each other.
  4. Busbars: Connect different paths of electrical equipment and connections.
  5. Cables: Transfer information and establish communication between electrical equipment.
  6. Input and Output Feeders: Connect the panel to power sources and various loads, distributing energy in a controlled manner.

These panels are instrumental in controlling and managing electrical systems across industrial, commercial, and residential environments, ensuring safety and efficiency.

Types of Electric Panels and Controls

Electric panels can be classified based on input/output voltages or application:

  • Low-Voltage (LV) Electric Panels: Designed for voltages below 1000 volts.
  • Medium-Voltage (MV) Electric Panels: Designed for voltages above 1000 volts.

Based on application:

  • Distribution Panels: Distribute power to different circuits.
  • Control Panels: Control electrical equipment.

Examples of electric panels and controls include:

  • Smart Electric Panels: Utilize advanced technologies like IoT for control and monitoring.
  • Solar Electric Panels: Harness solar energy for power supply.
  • Wireless Electric Panels: Employ wireless technology for control and monitoring.

These are just a few examples; various types cater to different applications.

Purchasing Electric Panels and Controls

With over 45 years of experience, Sabacool is a leading manufacturer of industrial electric panels and controls. Our high-quality products meet international standards, offering features such as resistance to electrical shock, tolerance to harsh environments, advanced protection systems, and compatibility with other electronic equipment. We provide comprehensive services including consultation, design, manufacturing, and installation, ensuring compliance with international standards. For inquiries or quotes, contact Sabacool Industries for reliable and efficient electric panels tailored to your needs.