Outer power cabinet: Convenient connections, controls, alerts
Rear connectors between generators and junction boxes
Attached to the rear of the power cabinet are electrical connectors that transmit the power of the inner cabinet generators to the outer tank junction boxes—which in turn transmit the power to the ultrasonic transducers inside the tank.
Each electrical connector is color-coded to match the color of the corresponding junction box.
Removable external control for basic operations
While a Master Control Module is housed inside the cabinet, opening the doors exposes the internal equipment to excessive heat, cold, wind, and rain. So we developed this external control unit with touchscreen to conveniently handle basic operations. When not in use, an operator can easily detach and store it inside the cabinet or an office. When needed once more, it quickly snaps back into place.
External alarm for visual and audible alerts
An alarm automatically alerts operators when liquid levels are too low in the cleaning tank, or in the highly unlikely event that an air conditioning unit or high percentage (depending upon configuration) of generators fail at the same time inside the power cabinet. In either event, an alarm will sound and the red light will begin flashing to create a visual alert in loud outdoor work environments. An error code will also automatically display on the external control unit.
Two doors offer security and automatic operations
The front of the cabinet features two lockable doors and includes a sensor that automatically turns on the fluorescent lights inside and lets the inside Programmable Logic Computer (PLC) know that the doors have been opened. The PLC, in turn, will automatically compensate for condensation or temperature changes caused by the opened doors by either starting or increasing air conditioner output inside the cabinet.