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What is a control panel enclosure?

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A control panel enclosure is a box or cabinet specifically designed to house a control panel. It protects the electrical components of the control panel from external damage and unauthorized access and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.



Control panel enclosure designs vary according to the size of the equipment to be accommodated, as well as other factors such as preferred mounting method, ventilation or insulation needs.



Premier Cable produce wiring harnesses and cable assemblies, they can be used for machinery and instruments deployed in polar and desert conditions, as well as for underwater use and life support systems.


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