Enclosure Air Conditioners Overview

Enclosure Air Conditioners Overview
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Industrial strength cooling options
for your enclosure from AutomationDirect
Filter Fan Kits
Fan Kits
•Easy filter change
•Outer door lock for outdoor models
•Impact resistant
•Weather/UV resistant UL 94V-0 (indoor)/
UL94H-B (outdoor)
•No-screw installation except outdoor models
•Low noise
•120 VAC and 24 VDC
models available
•All models are 115V with an expected
service life of 30,000 hours
•High-performance fan motors and
finger guards
•Polycarbonate fire retardant plastic grilles,
UL94-V0
• Durable, reusable filter mat included
•Patented “Click and Fit” system allows
for rapid filter fan and exhaust filter
installation without screws
Heat Exchangers
•For NEMA 4 and 4X enclosures
•Closed loop cooling
•Energy efficient: uses approximately the same power as a filtered fan sytem
•120 VAC and 24 VDC models available
Air Conditioning Units
Enclosure Vortex Coolers
•For NEMA 12, 4, 4X type enclosures
•Digital temperature controller
•Active condensate evaporation system
•High unit efficiency
•Tough industrial construction
•Compressor protection system
•For NEMA 12, 4, 4X type enclosures
•Operates on compressed air
•Stainless steel construction
•No moving parts, no maintenance required
•Vortex coolers can be “resized” for changing applications by simply replacing the
generator inside the cooler. No need to
purchase a new unit
•Replacing the vortex generator takes
minutes
480 VAC
models now
available
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Enclosures Thermal Management
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Enclosure Cooling
HOT
Natural
Convection Cooling
Cooling
Forced Convection
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HOT
Terminal Blocks
Forced Convection Cooling
HOT
Power
Distribution
Blocks
Wiring
Accessories
COLD
COLD
HOT
HOT
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Multi-wire
Connectors
Sensor Cables
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HOT
Forced Convection Cooling
Closed Loop Cooling
Vortex
Coolers
Closed
Loop Cooling
Mounts into a 3/4”
Electrical knockout
COLD
M12 Junction
Blocks
Typical Installation:
(Filter - not pictured)
COLD
Relief Valves to
Vent Hot Air
COLD
Panel Interface
Connectors
Solenoid Valve
Wiring Duct
Compressed
Air
Wire
HOT
HOT
HOT
Cold End Muffler
Thermostat
You need to cool down
Get the heat out
Heat inside an enclosure can decrease the life expectancy of
controlling
units such as your PLC, HMI, AC drives and other
COLD
items. Excessive heat can cause nuisance faults from your
electrical and electronic components: for example, overloads
tripping unexpectedly. Heat will also change the expected
performance of circuit breakers and fuses, which can cause
whole systems to shut down unexpectedly. So, if you have any
electronic equipment or other heat sensitive devices, you may
needHOT
cooling.
How do you get the heat out of your enclosure and away
from those critical components? There are four basic cooling
methods.
What causes all that heat?
Forced Convection Cooling
There are basically two sources that can cause the enclosure’s
internal temperature to rise above the ratings of the control
equipment.
If you have clean and cool ambient air outside of the enclosure,
then a simple forced-air system may be adequate. A system
such as a filter fan and the associated grille with the appropriate filter may be an acceptable option.
Internal Sources
Power Supplies
External Sources
Other sources of heat that can cause the internal temperature of your enclosure to rise above a desired level involve the
external enviroment. These include items such as:
• Industrial ovens
• Solar heat gain
• Foundry equipment
• Blast furnaces
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
Natural Convection Cooling
Circuit Protection
If the ambient temperature outside the enclosure is cooler than
the inside of the enclosure, then the heat can be dissipated
into the atmosphere by radiating it through the surface of the
enclosure and through the use of louvers or grilles with filters.
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A system that will keep the ambient air separate from the internal
enclosure air is needed if the environment is harsh, there are
wash-down requirements, heavy dust and debris or the presence
of airborne chemicals, and the ambient temperature is as high as
or higher than the desired internal temperature. Air conditioners
and heat exchangers are examples of closed loop systems.
Vortex Coolers
Vortex coolers create a stream of cold air from a supply of
filtered compressed air. The cold air is injected into the enclosure, displacing warm air which is exhausted back through the
vortex cooler. While not a closed-loop system, they can be used
in the same harsh environments since the cold air injected into
the enclosure is filtered.
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Closed Loop Cooling
The same items that can be damaged by heat may also be the
source of the heat. These include items such as:
• Power supplies
• Servos
• AC Drives/inverters
• Soft starters
• Transformers
• PLC systems
• Communication products • HMI systems
• Battery back-up systems
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Clean Cold
Air Inside
Closed Loop Cooling
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Terms and
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Enclosure Cooling –
Selecting a Fan or Air Conditioner
Fan selection
Fan Selection Example
To select the proper size (CFM) fan for your forced air cooling
solution, you need to determine the amount of heat to be
removed (in watts) and determine the Delta T (Max. allowable internal enclosure temperature °F – Max. outside ambient
temperature°F).
CFM = Cubic Feet per Minute
P = Power to be dissipated in watts
CFM = (3.17 x Pwatts) / Delta T °F
Delta T = m
ax. allowable internal enclosure temperature °F – max.
outside ambient temperature °F
A NEMA 12 Hubbell Wiegmann N12302412 enclosure
(30” high x 24” wide x 12” deep) contains a GS3-2020 AC
drive (20 HP 230 volt) that has a maximum allowable operating temperature of 104°F and is located in a warehouse
that has a maximum outside ambient air temperature of 95°F.
Power to be dissipated is stated in the specifications of the
GS3-2020 and is found to be 750 watts, so P=750 watts
Delta T = Max. operating temperature for the GS3-2020 is
104°F – Max. ambient air temperature of 95°F
Delta T = 9°F
CFM = (3.17 x 750 watts) / 9°F
CFM = 264
Choose a Hubbell Wiegmann WPF60-115BK filter fan kit
that provides 295 CFM with exhaust kit WPFA50-60BK
Air conditioner and vortex cooler
selection
To select the proper size air conditioner or vortex cooler, the
worst-case conditions should be considered, but take care not
to choose an oversized unit.
There are two main factors in choosing an uninsulated metal
NEMA rated enclosure located indoors:
• Internal heat load
• Heat load transfer
Internal Heat Load
Internal heat load is the heat generated by the components
inside the enclosure. This can be determined by a few different
methods. The preferred method is to add the maximum heat
output specifications that the manufacturers list for all the
equipment installed in the cabinet. This is typically given in
Watts, so use the following conversion:
BTU per Hour = Watts x 3.413
Example: The Watt-loss chart for the GS3 Drives shows that a
GS3-2020 AC drive has a Watt-loss of 750 watts.
BTU per Hour = 750 watts x 3.413
BTU per Hour = 2559
Heat Load Transfer
Heat load transfer is the heat lost (negative heat load transfer)
or gained (positive heat load transfer) through the enclosure
walls with the surrounding ambient air. This can be calculated
by the following formula:
Heat load transfer (BTU/H) = 1.25 x surface area (sq. ft. ) x (max.
outside ambient air (°F) – max. allowable internal enclosure temperature air (°F))
Surface Area (sq. ft.) = 2 [(H x W) + (H x D) + (W x D)] / 144 sq. inches
Air Conditioner Selection Example
A NEMA 12 Hubbell Wiegmann N12302412 enclosure
(30” high x 24” wide x 12” deep) contains a GS3-4030 AC
drive 30 HP 460 volt) that has a maximum allowable operating
temperature of 104°F and is located in a warehouse that has
a maximum outside ambient air temperature of 115°F.
Power to be dissipated is stated in the specifications of the
GS3-4030 and is found to be 1290 watts.
Internal heat load:
BTU per Hour = 1290 watts x 3.413
BTU per Hour = 4403 BTU/H
Heat load transfer:
Heat load transfer (BTU/H) = 1.25 x 19 sq. ft. x (115°F – 104°F)
Heat load transfer (BTU/H) = 261.25 BTU/H
Cooling capacity:
Cooling capacity (BTU/H) = 4403 BTU/H + 261.25 BTU/H
Cooling capacity (BTU/H) = 4664.25 BTU/H
In this example, you are able to determine that a 5000
BTU/H unit is needed. Select a TA10-050-16-12 Stratus air
conditioner.
Note: The same calculation method is used for sizing
Stratus vortex coolers. However, in this example the
cooling requirements exceed the maximum capacity of
the largest available vortex cooler.
If the example
application required the use of a vortex cooler instead
of an air conditioner, two
(2) TV35-025-4X units would
be needed.
Thermal
Expansion
Valve
Evaporator
Condenser
Note: 1.25 is an industry standard constant for metal enclosures;
0.62 should be used for plastic enclosures.
Once you have determined your Internal Heat Load and the
Heat Load Transfer, you can choose the proper size unit by
calculating the needed cooling capacity.
Compressor
Cooling capacity (BTU/H) = Internal Heat Load ± Heat Load Transfer
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Enclosure Cooling –
Selecting a Heat Exchanger
Heat exchanger selection
To select the proper size heat exchanger, the worst-case
conditions should be considered. For a heat exchanger to
work, the ambient air temperature must be lower than the
desired internal enclosure air temperature.
There are three main factors in choosing a heat exchanger
for an uninsulated metal NEMA rated enclosure located
indoors:
• Internal heat load
• Delta T
• Heat load transfer
Internal Heat Load
Internal heat load is the heat generated by the components
inside the enclosure. This can be determined by a few different
methods. The preferred method is to add the maximum heat
output specifications that the manufacturers list for all the
equipment installed in the cabinet. This is typically given in
Watts.
Delta T (ΔT)
Delta T = maximum allowable internal enclosure temperature °F – maximum outside ambient temperature °F.
Heat Load Transfer
Heat load transfer is the heat lost (negative heat load
transfer) or gained (positive heat load transfer) through the
enclosure walls with the surrounding ambient air. This can
be calculated by the following formulas:
Surface Area (sq. ft.) = 2 [(H x W) + (H x D) + (W x D)] /
(144 sq. inches/sq. ft.)
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Heat Exchanger Selection Example
A NEMA 12 Hubbell Wiegmann N12302412 enclosure (30”
high x 24” wide x 12” deep) contains a GS3-4010 AC drive 10
HP 460 volt) that has a maximum allowable operating temperature of 104°F and is located in a warehouse that has a maximum
outside ambient air temperature of 90°F.
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Power to be dissipated is stated in the specifications of the
GS3-4010 and is found to be 345 watts.
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Blocks
Internal heat load:
Panel Interface
Connectors
Internal Heat Load = 345 Watts
Wiring Duct
Delta T:
Cable Ties
ΔT (°F) 104°F – 90°F = 14°F
Wire
Heat load transfer:
Surface Area (ft.2) = 2 [(30 x 24) + (30 x 12) + (24 x 12)] / 144 sq. inches
= 19 ft.2
Heat Load Transfer = 0.22 x 19 ft2 = 4.2 Watts/°F
Cooling capacity:
Cooling Capacity = 345 Watts/14°F - 4.2 Watts/°F = 20.4 Watts/°F
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DC Converters
In this example, you are able to determine that a Stratus heat
exchanger, with a capacity of at least 20.4 Watts/°F is needed,
such as a TE30-030-17-04.
Transformers
and Filters
Circuit Protection
*This selection procedure applies to metal and non-metal, uninsulated, sealed enclosures in indoor locations. This selection
procedure gives the minimum required size; be careful not to
undersize when purchasing.
Note: Only include exposed surfaces of enclosue in calculations. Exclude surfaces such as a surface mounted to a
wall.
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Heat Load Transfer (W/°F) = 0.22 W/°F sq. ft. x surface
area
Safety: Protective
Wear
Note: Use 0.22 Watts/°F sq. ft. for painted steel and nonmetallic enclosures. Use .10 Watts/°F sq. ft. for stainless
steel and bare aluminum enclosures.
Terms and
Conditions
Cooling Capacity
Once you have determined your Internal Heat Load, the
Heat Load Transfer and the Delta T, you can choose the
proper size unit by calculating the needed cooling capacity.
Cooling Capacity (W/°F) = Internal Heat Load / ∆T - Heat
Load Transfer
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Air Conditioners For NEMA 12
Enclosures
Applications
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Terminal Blocks
Power
Distribution
Blocks
Features
Construction
• F ree-standing rigid chassis for easy
installation and maintenance
• F abricated from 16-gauge cold rolled steel
•A
NSI-61 gray polyester powder coating
inside and out
• P re-cut mounting gasket included, to be
field installed
•A
ll mounting hardware, full-size template
and instruction manual included
• Power input terminal block on all models
Wiring
Accessories
• Digital LED temperature controller with
visible alarm features and 14.2 mm (0.55”)
numbers
• Pre-wired for external alarm monitoring
connections (22 AWG three-conductor
cable, 7 ft. long)
• CFC-free refrigerant
• Active condensate management system
• Thermal expansion valve for maximum efficiency over wide range of
temperatures and loads
• Fits 12 inch deep enclosures that have
smooth/flat sides. Check enclosure dimensions/specifications before ordering.
• Anti short-cycle compressor protection
• High and low refrigerant cut-outs with fault
indication
• Highly energy-efficient compressors
• UL/cUL listed
Designed to maintain the temperature inside an electrical enclosure at
or below a safe level for the enclosed
equipment, while maintaining a closed
loop environment inside the enclosure
to keep out contaminates that can be
in the ambient air. Can be used in such
environments as steel, food processing,
petro-chemical, cement, paper/pulp and
plastics industries.
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Multi-wire
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and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
Cable Ties
Wire
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
Listings
• UL File: SA33404
• UL 50, Type 12
• Made in USA
Wire
Management
Products
Power Supplies
DC Converters
TA10-060-26-12 shown
Part Number
Price BTU/Hour Voltage/Hz Running
Amps
TA10-010-16-12
$1,398.00
TA10-010-26-12
$1,554.00
TA10-015-16-12
$1,612.00
TA10-015-26-12
$1,688.00
TA10-020-16-12
$1,698.00
TA10-020-26-12
$1,756.00
TA10-020-46-12
$2,323.00
TA10-040-16-12
$1,787.00
TA10-040-26-12
$1,841.00
TA10-040-46-12
$2,378.00
TA10-050-16-12
$2,058.00
TA10-050-26-12
$2,153.00
TA10-050-46-12
TA10-060-16-12
TA10-060-26-12
$2,341.00
TA10-060-46-12
$3,213.00
Weight with/without Packaging
(lbs)
120/60
3.44
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
3.89
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
5.15
87/69
230/60
3.07
87/69
480/60
1.51
113/95
120/60
3.76
88/70
230/60
3.07
88/70
480/60
0.93
114/96
120/60
7.26
107/89
230/60
3.76
107/89
$3,020.00
480/60
1.44
150/132
$2,313.00
120/60
7.83
114/96
230/60
4.80
114/96
480/60
1.80
157/39
1000
1500
2000
3000 - 4000
5000
6000 - 8000
Max. Ambient Frame
Temp
Size
1
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2
125°F (51.67°C)
3
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* Voltage variation no greater than ± 10% from nameplate rating and Frequency variation no greater than ± 3Hz from
nameplate rating.
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Air Conditioners For NEMA 4 Enclosures
Applications
Features
• Digital LED temperature controller with
visible alarm features and 14.2 mm (0.55”)
numbers
• Pre-wired for external alarm monitoring connections (22 AWG three-conductor cable, 7
ft. long)
• CFC-free refrigerant
• Protective coated condenser coils for
corrosion resistance
• Active condensate management system
• Thermal expansion valve for maximum efficiency over wide range of
temperatures and loads
• Fits 12-inch deep enclosures that have
smooth/flat sides. Check enclosure dimensions/specifications before ordering.
• Anti short-cycle compressor protection
• High and low refrigerant cut-outs with fault
indication
• Highly energy-efficient compressors
• UL/cUL listed
Designed to maintain the temperature inside
an electrical enclosure at or below a safe
level for the enclosed equipment, while maintaining a closed loop environment inside the
enclosure to keep out contaminates that can
be in the ambient air. Can be used in such
environments as steel, food processing,
petro-chemical, cement, paper/pulp and
plastics industries.
Construction
• Free-standing rigid chassis for easy
installation and maintenance
• Fabricated from 16-gauge cold rolled steel
• ANSI-61 gray polyester powder coating inside
and out
• Pre-cut mounting gasket installed for NEMA/
UL type rating on all units
• All mounting hardware, full-size template and
instruction manual included
• Power input terminal block on all models
Listings
• UL File: SA33404
• UL 50, Type 4
• Made in USA
TA10-060-26-04 shown
Part Number
Price
TA10-010-16-04
TA10-010-26-04
TA10-015-16-04
TA10-015-26-04
TA10-020-16-04
TA10-020-26-04
TA10-020-46-04
TA10-040-16-04
TA10-040-26-04
TA10-040-46-04
TA10-050-16-04
TA10-050-26-04
TA10-050-46-04
TA10-060-16-04
TA10-060-26-04
$1,688.00
TA10-060-46-04
$3,378.00
$1,717.00
$1,774.00
$1,842.00
BTU/Hour
1000
1500
$1,892.00
$1,919.00
Running
Amps
Weight with/without
Packaging (lbs)
120/60
3.44
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
3.89
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
5.15
87/69
230/60
3.07
87/69
$2,469.00
480/60
1.51
113/95
$1,949.00
120/60
3.76
88/70
$1,976.00
2000
Voltage/Hz
3000 - 4000
230/60
3.07
88/70
$2,525.00
480/60
0.93
114/96
$2,216.00
120/60
7.26
107/89
$2,398.00
5000
230/60
3.76
107/89
$3,149.00
480/60
1.44
150/32
$2,464.00
120/60
7.83
114/96
230/60
4.80
114/96
480/60
1.80
157/139
$2,490.00
6000 - 8000
Max. Ambient
Temp
Frame
Size
1
2
125°F (51.67°C)
3
* Voltage variation no greater than ± 10% from nameplate rating and Frequency variation no greater than ± 3Hz from
nameplate rating.
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EN-246
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Air Conditioners For NEMA 4X
Enclosures
Applications
Company
Information
Terminal Blocks
Power
Distribution
Blocks
Features
• Digital LED temperature controller with visible
alarm features and 14.2 mm (0.55”) numbers
• Pre-wired for external alarm monitoring connections (22 AWG three-conductor cable, 7
ft. long)
• CFC-free refrigerant
• Protective coated condenser coils for
corrosion resistance
• Active condensate management system
• Thermal expansion valve for maximum efficiency over wide range of
temperatures and loads
• Fits 12-inch deep enclosures that have
smooth/flat sides. Check enclosure dimensions/specifications before ordering.
• Anti short-cycle compressor protection
• High and low refrigerant cut-outs with fault
indication
• Highly energy-efficient compressors
• UL/cUL listed
Designed to maintain the temperature inside
an electrical enclosure at or below a safe
level for the enclosed equipment, while maintaining a closed loop environment inside the
enclosure to keep out contaminates that can
be in the ambient air. Can be used in such
environments as steel, food processing,
petro-chemical, cement, paper/pulp and
plastics industries.
Construction
• F ree-standing rigid chassis for easy
installation and maintenance
• F abricated from 16-gauge 304 stainless steel
• P re-cut mounting gasket installed for NEMA/
UL type rating on all units
•A
ll mounting hardware, full-size template and
instruction manual included
• P ower input terminal block on all models
Wiring
Accessories
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Connection
System
Multi-wire
Connectors
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
Cable Ties
Wire
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
Listings
Wire
Management
Products
• UL File: SA33404
• UL 50, Type 4X
• Made in USA
TA10-060-16-4X shown
Power Supplies
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
Part Number
Price
BTU/Hour
Voltage/Hz
Running
Amps
Weight with/without
Packaging (lbs)
120/60
3.44
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
3.89
72/54
230/60
2.67
72/54
120/60
5.15
87/69
TA10-010-16-4X
$2,260.00
TA10-010-26-4X
$2,288.00
TA10-015-16-4X
$2,344.00
TA10-015-26-4X
$2,369.00
TA10-020-16-4X
$2,434.00
TA10-020-26-4X
$2,495.00
230/60
3.07
87/69
TA10-020-46-4X
$2,998.00
480/60
1.51
113/95
TA10-040-16-4X
$2,635.00
120/60
3.76
88/70
TA10-040-26-4X
$2,660.00
230/60
3.07
88/70
TA10-040-46-4X
$3,210.00
480/60
0.93
114/96
TA10-050-16-4X
$2,868.00
120/60
7.26
107/89
TA10-050-26-4X
$2,962.00
230/60
3.76
107/89
TA10-050-46-4X
$3,598.00
480/60
1.44
150/132
TA10-060-16-4X
$3,106.00
120/60
7.83
114/96
TA10-060-26-4X
$3,131.00
230/60
4.80
114/96
TA10-060-46-4X
$3,785.00
480/60
1.80
157/139
1000
1500
2000
3000 - 4000
5000
6000 - 8000
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Temp
Frame
Size
Circuit Protection
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Equipment
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Enclosure
Climate Control
Safety: Electrical
Components
2
125°F (51.67°C)
Terms and
Conditions
3
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Air Conditioners – Specifications
Stratus Industrial Air Conditioners General Specifications
BTU/H
95/95 BTU/H Rating
Rated Voltage (VAC)
Frequency (Hz)
1000
1500
1366
1722
120
230
120
2000
230
3000 - 4000
4438
4681
4438
4713
120
230
480
120
5000
6000 - 8000
4990
4713
4400
5460
5460
7565
8215
8215
230
480
120
230
480
120
230
480
60
Starting Current (4.5 x
running Amps)
22.69
13.77
22.69
13.77
23.42
13.65
5.86
16.42
13.41
4.11
23.42
19.15
9.18
42.41
21.15
10.13
Running Current (Amps)
3.44
2.67
3.89
2.67
5.15
3.07
1.51
3.76
3.07
0.93
7.26
3.76
1.44
7.83
4.80
1.80
12
7
12
7
12
7
3
8
6
2
12
10
5
25
12
5
Recommended Fuse Size/
Time Delay (Amps)
Connection Type
Spring cage terminal block 8-24 AWG
Ambient Temperature
Range
Temp Control Range
Temp Control Range
(Adjustable)
Refrigerant Type
Refrigerant Amount (oz)
Refrigerant Flow Control
Condensate Management
Compressor Type
Housing Material/Finish
Atmosphere
Agency Approvals
Spring cage terminal block 6-16 AWG
50° to 125°F (10 to 52°C)
Programmable digital controller, with 3-digit, 0.55” high, RED LED display
70° to 95°F (21° to 35°C)
R134a
R422d
12
10.25
9.75
10.25
9.75
10.25
12.5
18
Thermal expansion valve
Active condensate evaporation system with safety overflow; barbed fitting for 3/8” ID tubing
Reciprocating
Rotary
NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 units: ANSI 61 gray polyester powder-coated steel housing. NEMA 4x units: 304 Stainless Steel
No corrosive gases or liquids
UL File: SA33404
* Voltage variation no greater than ± 10% from nameplate rating and Frequency variation no greater than ± 3Hz from
nameplate rating.
Air Conditioners Performance Curves
TA10-010-26-xx
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
1000
105
500
95
85
0
85
95
105
115
125
Cooling Capacity (BTU/H)
1500
2000
Cooling Capacity (BTU/H)
Cooling Capacity
acity (BTU/H)
TA10-010-16-xx
2000
2500
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
1500
1000
105
95
500
85
0
85
95
Cooling Capacity (BTU/H)
2500
2000
1500
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
1000
105
95
500
85
0
Book 3 (14.3)
EN-248
105
115
Ambient Temperature
125
TA10-015-26-xx
TA10-015-16-xx
95
115
Ambient Temperature (oF)
Ambient Temperature (oF)
85
105
125
(oF)
Enclosures Thermal Management
1500
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
1000
105
2000
95
500
85
0
85
95
105
115
Ambient Temperature
125
(oF)
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Air Conditioners Performance Curves
Company
Information
Terminal Blocks
Power
Distribution
Blocks
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
95
105
115
Ambient Temperature
ZIPLink
Connection
System
TA10-020-26-xx
TA10-020-16-xx
TA10-020-46-xx
125
(oF)
Tamb
85
95
105
115
125
Cooling Capacity
pacity (BTU/H)
Cooling Capacity
pacity (BTU/H)
Wiring
Accessories
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
105
6846.067823
5626.84892
5304.114505
4034.692471
2973.254837
Multi-wire
Connectors
95
6249.77757
4989.576519
3999.857645
2934.321797
1997.879715
95
105
85
Ambient
4989.576519
4703.726037
3972.194695
2776.540527
1810.386388
115
125
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Temperature (oF)
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
95
105
115
Ambient Temperature
125
Cooling Capacity
pacity (BTU/H)
Cooling Capacity
apacity (BTU/H)
Cable Ties
TA10-040-26-xx
TA10-040-16-xx
TA10-040-46-xx
Wire
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
95
105
115
Wire
Management
Products
125
Power Supplies
Ambient Temperature (oF)
(oF)
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
TA10-050-16-xx
TA10-050-26-xx
TA10-050-46-xx
8000
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
6000
4000
105
2000
95
0
85
85
95
105
115
125
Ambient Temperature (oF)
oling Capacity (BTU/H)
Cooling
oling Capacity (BTU/H)
Cooling
TA10-050-16-xx
Circuit Protection
Tools
8000
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
6000
4000
105
2000
95
0
85
85
95
105
115
125
Test
Equipment
Enclosures
Enclosure
Climate Control
Ambient Temperature (oF)
Safety: Electrical
Components
Safety: Protective
Wear
Terms and
Conditions
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
95
105
115
A bi
Ambient
T
Temperature
(oF)
125
Cooling Capacity
acity (BTU/H)
Cooling Capacity (BTU/H)
TA10-060-16-xx
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
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TA10-060-26-xx
TA10-060-46-xx
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
Enclosure air
Temperature
(oF)
105
95
85
85
95
105
115
125
Ambient Temperature (oF)
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Air To Air Heat Exchangers
Consider a Better
Solution: Air to Air Heat
Exchanger
• Always closed loop
• Low cost
• E asier to mount on only one side of your
enclosure
• E nergy efficient; uses no more power
than a filtered fan system
• F ilter-free; no diminished cooling capacity
Applications
A closed loop cooling system which
employs the heat pipe principle to
exchange heat from an electrical
enclosure to the outside.
Company
Information
Terminal Blocks
Construction
Power
Distribution
Blocks
• Heat pipe technology
• Closed loop design
Wiring
Accessories
Listings
ZIPLink
Connection
System
• UL File: SA34086
• Made in USA
Features
• All units are available in NEMA Type 4
and 4X
• Available in 120 VAC and 24 VDC
• Motors have a sealed overload protector
• Finned evaporator and condenser
sections provide a closed loop
• Coil systems use aluminum end plates
and baffles which improve conduction
and reduce corrosion for longer life.
• UL/cUL listed
Multi-wire
Connectors
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Tall, compact, and deep
body styles shown
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
Cable Ties
Wire
Air to Air Heat Exchange
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
The Air to Air Heat Exchanger is a closed loop
cooling system which employs the heat pipe principle to exchange heat from an electrical enclosure to the outside. Where ambient temperatures
are suitable for heat pipes, they are the most efficient method of cooling as the waste heat is the
engine which drives the system. The only power
requirement is to operate two circulating fans or
blowers.
Wire
Management
Products
Power Supplies
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
Heat pipes have a liquid refrigerant under a
partial vacuum inside sealed tubes. They operate
with a phase change process which is much like
that of mechanical air conditioning, but without
the compressor. Each heat pipe has an evaporator section and a condenser section which are
separated by a permanent baffle so as to provide
a closed loop. The bottom of each heat pipe is in
contact with heated air from the electrical enclosure. When the enclosure air reaches approximately 75 degrees F., the refrigerant changes to
vapor phase (boils) and the vapor (steam) rises to
the top of the tube which is in contact with cooler
outside (ambient) air.
Circuit Protection
Tools
Test
Equipment
Enclosures
Enclosure
Climate Control
Safety: Electrical
Components
Safety: Protective
Wear
When the outside air temperature is lower than the enclosure temperature, the refrigerant vapor gives up heat to the outside air
and returns to the liquid phase. It then falls to the bottom and repeats the cycle endlessly so long as there is a negative temperature differential between the enclosure and outside. Heat pipes will not operate in reverse cycle so heat cannot be transferred
from the ambient to the interior of the enclosure. Although the operation is self limiting, thermostatic control can be used to shut
off the fans when not needed.
The Stratus design has a top-to-bottom enclosure air flow pattern with maximum separation of the inlet and outlet. This design
pulls the hottest air from the top of the enclosure and returns the cooled air from the bottom of the heat pipe to the enclosure.
The air flow on the ambient side is bottom in, top out, so that the hotter discharge air moves up and away rather than being
recirculated.
The units use aluminum end plates and baffles which improve conduction and reduce corrosion for longer life. The center
aluminum baffle, which is swaged into the heat pipe coil, provides an air tight seal between the two air systems.
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Terms and
Conditions
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Air To Air Heat Exchangers
Specifications
In this image, a standard
installation demonstrates
the closed loop condition
maintained by the Air to Air
Heat Exchanger. Cool air
inlet and outlet vents are
completely covered by the
heat exchanger. This provides NEMA type 4 or 4X.
In this image, a standard
installation shows where the
dirt and particulate will enter
the enclosure and be pulled
in by the fans on your drives
and devices. Filters or not,
contamination is invited in
by this open loop approach.
Price
Operating Voltage
Range (V)
Inrush Current (Start
Up Current) (A)
Loading Current
(Running Current) (A)
SCCR (Short Circuit
Current Rating) (A)
Recommended Circuit
Protection Device
Rating (A)
VA Rating (W)
TE40-050-24D-4X
TE40-050-17-4X
TE40-050-17-04
TE30-030-24D-4X
TE30-030-24D-04
TE40-050-24D-04
$1,642.00
± 10%
1.92
3.90
1.92
3.90
2.59
9.70
0.37
0.80
0.37
0.80
0.47
1.94
2.5
2
6
20
56
Refer to Footnote 1
1.5
2.5
1.5
42
20
42
Methanol
(0.41)
Methanol
(0.41)
Watts/°C (F°)
­­22 (12)
Free Air Flow (CFM)
Weight Without
Packaging (lbs)
Body Style
131
127
Methanol
(1.22)
44 (24)
71.6 (40)
131
127
Stainless
Steel
120 VAC 50/60
235
32
deep
2
3
211
19
compact
CRS with
ANSI 61
gray
powder
coat
47
Methanol
(0.81)
16
2
Voltage/Hz
TE30-030-17-4X
$1,028.00 $1,298.00 $1,045.00 $1,315.00 $1,120.00 $1,413.00 $1,145.00 $1,438.00 $1,383.00 $1,608.00 $1,417.00
Refrigerant Type (oz)
Material Type
TE30-030-17-04
TE20-015-24D-04
TE20-015-17-4X
TE20-015-17-04
Part Number
TE20-015-24D-4X
Stratus Air to Air Heat Exchangers General Specifications
CRS with
ANSI 61
gray
powder
coat
2
Stainless
Steel
3
24 VDC
Maximum Ambient
Temperature
Agency Approval
CRS with
ANSI 61
gray
powder
coat
tall
2
Stainless
Steel
3
120 VAC 50/60
CRS with
ANSI 61
gray
powder
coat
2
Stainless
Steel
3
24 VDC
CRS with
ANSI 61
gray
powder
coat
2
Stainless
Steel
3
120 VAC 50/60
CRS with
ANSI 61
3
gray
Stainless Steel
powder
coat
24 VDC
160°F (71.1°C)
UL File: SA34086
1 SCCR rating is based on the SCCR rating for the circuit protection device installed in the panel / enclosure per UL50 and UL508a to protect
the AC unit. Typically 10KA for Fast Acting Fuses.
2 Cold rolled steel with ANSI-61 gray polyester powder coating inside and out.
3 Fabricated from 16-gauge 304 stainless steel.
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Filter Fan Kits
Company
Information
Terminal Blocks
Applications
018000-02
Features
•Easy filter change
•Outer door lock for outdoor models
•Impact resistant
•Weather/UV resistant UL 94V-0 (indoor)/UL94H-B (outdoor)
•No-screw installation - except outdoor models
•Low noise
•120 VAC and 24 VDC models available
•Service life - 50,000 [email protected]°F (25°C) + 65%RH
•Connection type - 12 to 69 CFM - 2 wires w/case clamps, AWG
14, length 4”/136 to 373 CFM - 3 pole terminal, AWG 14, clamping
torque 0.8 Nm
•Airflow direction easily switched by reversing the axial fan
(except on models 018040-01 and 018050-01)
•Includes self-adhesive gasket pre-installed on frame
•Optional mounting screws for additional support
Filter fans provide an optimum
climate in enclosures. The
interior temperature of enclosures is reduced by channeling cooler filtered outside
air into the enclosure, thus
expelling heated internal air.
The resulting air flow prevents
formation of localized heat
pockets and protects electronic components from overheating.
Outdoor filter fans are used in outdoor enclosures where
warm air must be dissipated. To clean and exchange the filter
mat, you open the lockable door of the outdoor hood, eliminating the need to allow interior access to the enclosure. IP55
protection type is achieved due to the special design of the
hood and the use of fine filter mats.
Part
Number
Standards
Free Air Delivery Max. Operating
Power
Filter
Sound Required
Amps Rated Consumption Flow Air
with
Static
Temp.
Filtering
Price
Density
Level
Cutout
Level
Delivery Exhaust Pressure (Max/Min (g/m2)
(mA) Voltage (60 Hz for
(dB)
Sizes
120V models) (CFM)*
(Pa)*
°F/°C)
(CFM)**
Filter Fans
018000-02 $92.00
90
24 VDC
2.2W
12
9
19
018000-01 $68.00
160
120 VAC
13W
14
11
18
018010-02 $101.00
210
24 VDC
5W
32
25
32
018010-01 $75.00
180
120 VAC
15W
37
28
30
018020-02 $104.00
210
24 VDC
5W
60
40
23
39
018020-01 $91.00
180
120 VAC
15W
69
46
27
39
018040-01 $156.00
470
120 VAC
39W
136
84
60
018030-03 $276.00
840
24 VDC
20W
176
135
23
018030-01 $265.00
700
120 VAC
60W
202
156
27
018050-01 $218.00
780
120 VAC
85W
373
203
85
018210-04
$144.00
210
24 VDC
5W
12
11.8
48
018210-02 $123.00
180
120 VAC
15W
14
14
54
31
31
40
158/14 °F
(70/-10°C)
40
350
94%
52
3.82 x 3.82 inch
(97.03mm x
97.03mm)
4.92 x 4.92 inch
(124.97mm x
124.97mm)
Multi-wire
Connectors
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Panel Interface
Connectors
53
140/-13°F
(60/-25°C)
52
360
98%
40
9.84 x 9.84 inch
(249.94mm x
249.94mm)
4.92 x 4.92 inch
(124.97mm x
124.97mm)
Dimensions in inches (millimeters)
*Fan with filter and louver
**Fan with filter, louver, exhaust filter, and grille.
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Cable Ties
Wire
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
Wire
Management
Products
Power Supplies
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
Circuit Protection
Tools
Test
Equipment
Enclosure
Climate Control
Safety: Electrical
Components
Outdoor Filter Fans (Rain Hoods)
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Connection
System
Enclosures
6.93 x 6.93 inch
(176.02mm x
176.02mm)
53
158/14 °F
(70/-10°C)
158/14 °F
(70/-10°C)
Wiring
Accessories
Wiring Duct
All models except outdoor: CE, RoHS, IP55, UL Type 12 when using
supplied filter. For use with NEMA 1 and NEMA 12 enclosures only.
UL #: E234324
Note: Using fine filter mat F5 reduces the airflow. (See Stego Air
Volume and Pressure Data, later in this section.)
140/-13°F
(60/-25°C)
Power
Distribution
Blocks
EN-259
Safety: Protective
Wear
Terms and
Conditions
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Filter Fan Kits
Features
Applications
•Most innovative technology for fan
cooling and pressurizing of industrial
enclosures.
•Provides a high quality, economical
method of cooling enclosures
•Filtered passive ventilation can be
provided by an exhaust filter for either
convection cooling or in combination
with a fan in forced air cooling
•Slim line design allows grille to protrude from enclosure surface less than
one quarter inch
•Maintains aesthetics of enclosure
Amps at
Part Number
Price
50/60
Hz
•All models are 115V with an expected
service life of 30,000 hours
•High-performance fan motors and
finger guards
•Polycarbonate fire retardant plastic
grilles, UL94-VO
•Durable, reusable filter mat included
•Patented “Click and Fit” system allows
for rapid filter fan and exhaust filter
installation without screws
(This time-saving feature cuts installation time by up to 30 minutes when
compared to traditional box fan packages)
•Cutout template provided with every
unit
•Filter fan or exhaust filter simply snaps
into cutout opening
•Connector type: WPF10 Series 2 has
12-inch wires. WPF20-WPF60 Series
has terminal strip.
Free
Power
Flow Air
Rated
Consumption
Voltage
at 50/60 Hz Delivery
(CFM)1
Air
Delivery
with
Exhaust
(CFM)1
Standards
•cUL Recognized/CSA fan motor
•NEMA 1 (NEMA 12 with optional
WPFG series gasket)
•IP43 (IP54 with optional WPFG
Series gasket)
Accessories
•Gaskets (WPFG Series)
recommended
if installing on enclosure with
textured finish
•Replacement Filters
(WPFM Series)
Ambient
Max.
Temp. Filter
Sound Required
Static
Filtering
Degree Density
Level Cutout
Press.
Level
F Max/ (G/M2)
(dB)
Sizes
(PA)
Min
WPF10-115BK
$181.00
0.15/0.15 115V
12/12 Watts
16
10
29
140/14
150
67%
39
3.62x3.62
(92x92)
WPF20-115BK
$233.00
0.25/0.25 115V
19/19 Watts
38
28
69
122/14
350
83%
49
4.92x4.92
(125x125)
WPF25-115BK
$317.00
0.25/0.25 115V
18/18 Watts
89
62
57
122/14
350
83%
53
8.78x8.78
(223x223)
WPF30-115BK
$401.00
0.5/0.5
115V
43/44 Watts
169
142
89
122/14
350
83%
55
8.78x8.78
(223x223)
WPF50-115BK2
$425.00
0.6/0.7
115V
63/76 Watts
324
249
205
122/14
350
83%
69
11.46x11.46
(291x291)
WPF60-115BK2
$478.00
1.2/1.6
115V
122/173 Watts
410
295
225
122/14
350
83%
71
11.46x11.46
(291x291)
Note 1: For operation at 50Hz, reduce CFM by 15%.
Note 2: Intake fan use only
Dimensions in inches (millimeters)
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Vortex Coolers
Features
• Relief valves and seals built into the
vortex coolers which enable the units
to maintain the sealed nature of NEMA
enclosures.
•No freon
•Small physical size
•Creates cool air without refrigerants
(no CFCs, HCFCs)
•Exceptionally reliable - no moving parts
and virtually no maintenance
•No fans
•Stainless steel construction
•All replacement generators fit any of
the vortex coolers. No need to purchase
a new cooler if you need to change your
cooling capacity.
•5-year warranty
Requirements
Applications
Compressed air cooling is used where
conventional enclosure cooling by
air conditioners or heat exchangers
is not possible. (Examples: Small to
medium size enclosures, nonmetallic
enclosures, and areas where the size of
cooling devices is restricted)
Mounting holes
• Mounts in a 3/4” electrical conduit
knockout
TV10-006-4X
Vortex
Coolers
TV15-010-4X
TV25-018-4X
TV35-025-4X
$270.00
Compressed air is injected into the
vortex tube at extremely high speeds
and that creates a cyclone, or vortex,
spinning a million revolutions per
minute. Part of the air is forced to spin
inward to the center and travels up
a long tube where a valve turns the
spinning column of air inside itself.
The inside column of air gives up its
heat to the outside column. The cold
air is directed out the cold end of the
Vortex Tube and the hot air is directed
out the other end of the Vortex Tube.
And since there are no moving parts
there is little need for maintenance.
•Uses clean, dry, oil-free compressed air
(80 to 100 PSIG / 70 degrees F or below)
required to achieve published BTU/H
ratings. Lower pressures and/or higher
temperatures will reduce BTU/H rating
•A 5 micron water and particulate
removal filter must be installed prior to
any vortex cooler operation.
•An oil removal filter can be installed
between the 5 micron filter and the
Vortex Cooler if oil is present in the
compressed air line.
•Thermostats, filters and valves that
work with Stratus Vortex Coolers are
sold separately and listed later in this
section.
•Operation above 100 PSIG is not
recommended. The use of a pressure
regulator will be necessary for higher
pressures.
Part Type Part Number Price
TV08-005-4X
How vortex coolers
create cold air
Description
Stratus vortex cooler, 500 BTUH (147W) / 8 SCFM (227 SLPM), stainless steel
body. For NEMA 4/4X/12 enclosures. Distribution tube and muffler included.
Stratus vortex cooler, 600 BTUH (176W) / 10 SCFM (283 SLPM), stainless
$270.00 steel body. For NEMA 4/4X/12 enclosures. Distribution tube and muffler
included.
Stratus vortex cooler, 1000 BTUH (293W) / 15 SCFM (425 SLPM),
$270.00 stainless steel body. For NEMA 4/4X/12 enclosures. Distribution tube and
muffler included.
Stratus vortex cooler, 1800 BTUH (528W) / 25 SCFM (708 SLPM),
$270.00 stainless steel body. For NEMA 4/4X/12 enclosures. Distribution tube and
muffler included.
Stratus vortex cooler, 2500 BTUH (732W) / 35 SCFM (991 SLPM),
$270.00 stainless steel body. For NEMA 4/4X/12 enclosures. Distribution tube and
muffler included.
Capacity Air Consumption BTU/H [KCAL/H] SCFM [SLPM]
500 [126]
8 [227]
600 [151]
10 [283]
1000 [252]
15 [425]
1800 [454]
25 [708]
2500 [630]
35 [991]
TV08-G
$7.00
Stratus vortex generator, replacement, 500 BTUH (147W) / 8 SCFM
(227 SLPM), polypropylene, white. For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
500 [126]
8 [227]
TV10-G
$7.00
Stratus vortex generator, replacement, 600 BTUH (176W) / 10 SCFM
(283 SLPM), polypropylene, orange. For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
600 [151]
10 [283]
Replacement TV15-G
Generators
$7.00
Stratus vortex generator, replacement, 1000 BTUH (293W) / 15 SCFM
(425 SLPM), polypropylene, red. For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
1000 [252]
15 [425]
TV25-G
$7.00
Stratus vortex generator, replacement, 1800 BTUH (528W) / 25 SCFM
(708 SLPM), polypropylene, blue. For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
1800 [454]
25 [708]
TV35-G
$7.00
Stratus vortex generator, replacement, 2500 BTUH (732W) / 35 SCFM
(991 SLPM), polypropylene, yellow. For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
2500 [630]
35 [991]
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Vortex Coolers
Company
Information
Terminal Blocks
Part Type
Replacement
Parts
Part Number
Price
Description
TVACC-TS
$12.00
Stratus taper sleeve, replacement, brass. For all Stratus TV
series vortex coolers.
TVACC-TUBE
$8.00
Stratus distribution tube, replacement, flexible PVC, 8ft.
For all Stratus TV series vortex coolers.
TVACC-MUFFLER
$10.00
Stratus muffler, replacement, polypropylene. For all Stratus
TV series vortex coolers.
Power
Distribution
Blocks
Wiring
Accessories
ZIPLink
Connection
System
Multi-wire
Connectors
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
Assembly
M12 Junction
Blocks
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
Cable Ties
Wire
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
Wire
Management
Products
Power Supplies
DC Converters
Transformers
and Filters
Circuit Protection
Tools
Test
Equipment
Enclosures
Enclosure
Climate Control
Safety: Electrical
Components
Dimensions in [mm]
Safety: Protective
Wear
Terms and
Conditions
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Book 3 (14.3)
Enclosures Thermal Management
EN-275
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Vortex Cooler Kits
Company
Information
Requirements
•Uses clean, dry, oil-free compressed
air (100 PSIG / 70 degrees F or below)
required to achieve published BTU/H
ratings. Lower pressures and higher
temperatures will reduce BTU/H
ratings.
•A 5-micron water and particulate
removal filter must be installed prior to
any vortex cooler operation.
•An oil removal filter can be installed
between the 5 micron filter and the
Vortex Cooler if oil is present in the
compressed air line.
NEMA 4/4X
NEMA 12
Applications
Compressed air cooling is used where
conventional enclosure cooling by
air conditioners or heat exchangers
is not possible. (Examples: Small to
medium size enclosures, nonmetallic
enclosures, and areas where the size of
cooling devices is restricted).
Features
•Suitable for harsh environments
•Small physical size
•Creates cool air without refrigerants
(no CFCs, HCFCs)
•Exceptionally reliable - no moving parts
and virtually no maintenance
Mounting holes
•NEMA 12: (1) 1-3/32” (28mm) or 3/4”
knockout hole for cooling tube and (1)
11/16” hole for thermostat
•NEMA 4 and 4X: (1) 1-15/16” (49mm) or
1-1/2” knockout hole for cooling tube
and (2) #8 holes for thermostat
How vortex coolers
create cold air
Compressed air is injected into the
vortex tube at extremely high speeds
and that creates a cyclone, or vortex,
spinning a million revolutions per
minute. Part of the air is forced to
spin inward to the center and travels
up a long tube where a valve turns the
spinning column of air inside itself. The
inside column of air gives up its heat
to the outside column. The cold air is
directed out the cold end of the Vortex
Tube and the hot air is directed out
the other end of the Vortex Tube. And
since there are no moving parts there
is little need for maintenance.
• Vortex cooler
• Vortex distribution tube
•Solenoid valve 120V / 60Hz - 110V /
50Hz
•Filter: 5-micron water and particulate
removal
$930.00
W7901500
$930.00
W7971700
$928.00
W797SS1700 $1,504.00
Sensor Cables
and Connectors
M12 Junction
Blocks
Panel Interface
Connectors
Wiring Duct
Power Supplies
DC Converters
•Ducting kit
Transformers
and Filters
•Thermostat
Circuit Protection
Tools
Test
Equipment
Enclosures
Enclosure
Climate Control
Color indicates shipping lead time in business days.
W740900
Multi-wire
Connectors
Wire
Management
Products
1 - 7 days
$755.00
ZIPLink
Connection
System
Bulk
Multi-conductor
Cables
Enclosure Shipping Schedule
W750400
Wiring
Accessories
Wire
Includes the
following:
•UL Listed
•NEMA 12, NEMA 4 or NEMA 4X
Part Number Price
Power
Distribution
Blocks
Cable Ties
Standards
Same day
Terminal Blocks
Capacity
Air Consumption
BTU/H [KCAL/H] SCFM [SLPM]
Description
Hubbell-Wiegmann vortex cooler, 400 BTUH (117W) / 8 SCFM (227 SLPM), aluminum body. For
NEMA 12 enclosures. Thermostat, solenoid valve, distribution tube and filter included.
Hubbell-Wiegmann vortex cooler, 900 BTUH (264W) / 15 SCFM (425 SLPM), aluminum body. For
NEMA 12 enclosures. Thermostat, solenoid valve, distribution tube and filter included.
Hubbell-Wiegmann vortex cooler, 1500 BTUH (440W) / 25 SCFM (708 SLPM), aluminum body. For
NEMA 12 enclosures. Thermostat, solenoid valve, distribution tube and filter included.
Hubbell-Wiegmann vortex cooler, 1700 BTUH (498W) / 25 SCFM (708 SLPM), aluminum body. For
NEMA 4 enclosures. Thermostat, solenoid valve, distribution tube and filter included.
Hubbell-Wiegmann vortex cooler, 1700 BTUH (498W) / 25 SCFM (708 SLPM), stainless steel body.
For NEMA 4/4X enclosures. Thermostat, solenoid valve, distribution tube and filter included.
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400 [101]
8 [227]
900 [225]
15 [425]
1500 [378]
25 [708]
1700 [425]
25 [708]
1700 [425]
25 [708]
Book 3 (14.3)
Enclosures Thermal Management
EN-277
Safety: Electrical
Components
Safety: Protective
Wear
Terms and
Conditions
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