Rittal develops and implements solutions for control cabinet, power distribution, environmental control systems, IT infrastructure, software and services, automation systems (from the hand tools to the automated machinery). The offer of the company satisfies the needs of numerous sectors: from the construction of machinery and equipment to automotive industry and information technology. The cooperation with the affiliated company EPLAN allows Rittal to become more attractive on the marketplace thanks to software production for design solutions.
Software and services
Automation Systems: Machining - Assembly - Wire processing - Handling - Manual tools
TS 8 AND SE 8 SYSTEM ENCLOSURE STAINLESS STEEL
The TS 8 and SE 8 stainless steel cabinets have been designed to provide greater protection and meet all requirements more effectively. They are useful to cope with the most difficult conditions of use. These cabinets have a rapid configuration, an automatic compensation of the potential and a time-saving design. The quality is certified and this guarantees a mechanically safe system. The optimum cable entry offers flexibility of installation inside the TS 8 enclosures and the possibility of adapting each configuration to the conditions of the mounting location.
SMART MONITORING SYSTEM
Compact, secure, efficient. The Smart Monitoring System of machinery and plants energy consumptions allows continuous data acquisition, which are recorded and measured (electricity, voltage, power and efficiency). The visualization is also carried out on the display or via web interface. Everything is integrated into a compact module: register of measured values, analysis of electronics, communication module and memory.
This space-saving system guarantees maximum energy efficiency thanks to direct cooling on the single rack. The compressor power is optimized according to the effective heat dissipation in the IT cabinet thanks to the inverter control. The system can be considered very safe due to the maximum protection attributed by the alarm signaling via CMC III.