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Archive for August 10th, 2018

How to Choose the Right Electronics Cabinet

Choosing the right electronic cabinet for your data center and data racks can be a challenge. Storage is always an issue for any company, as demonstrated by the fact that 25% of respondents to a recent survey said that if they can only move one application to the cloud it would certainly be storage. More than 65% of equipment failure can be directly blamed on poorly maintained or inadequate thermal containment systems, cold aisle containment solutions, electronic cabinet designs, or other issues with the cooling of data racks. Here are some things to consider when choosing an electronic cabinet.

What is the Load Capacity?

You need to consider how much of a load your electrical cabinet is designed to hold. Underestimating the load requirements is a serious issue, and it is important to remember that while you may be planning to put the heaviest equipment at the bottom of the cabinet your engineers may in the end not be able to do that as they design the rack. Don’t forget to inc

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Printed Circuit Boards Their History and Their Future

Printed circuit boards are the backbone of almost any electrical component, computer device, and even many industrial machines. A printed circuit board is simply a group of circuits laid in a particular pattern onto a conducting material. Contact fingers switch individual contacts on and off, and these circuit boards and their contacts are used in everything from the computer mouse to the most sophisticated missile guidance systems. Here’s where they came from and how they are made.

Where Did the Idea Come From?

It might surprise you to know that the very first circuit boards were actually developed in the mid-19th century. At the time, metal rods would be mounted onto a wooden base and then used to connect electrical components. Over time, these rods were replaced with smaller and smaller types of wire and terminals made from screws. PCB assembly methods eventually began using metal instead of wooden bases. The problem with these designs was size: PCB fabrication took too long

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