Posted on 10/7/19 6:59 AM
Dirt, dust, water—all “adversaries” of electrical products due to the potential damage they can cause. To help protect products from these elements, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) have created classification systems designating different degrees of protection, depending on the application, for enclosures of electrical equipment.
Posted on 9/9/19 7:24 AM
Cable is made up of different components which all need to work together to be effective in whatever product it is a part of, such as a power cord or cord set. If one of the components within the cable becomes damaged in some way, it can directly affect the product. That is why it is important to know the recommended minimum bend radius for the cable being used.
Posted on 7/15/19 7:57 AM
From being used on a vacuum cleaner to being used on a life-support machine, the purpose of a switch is to open and close a circuit. A switch is used when incoming power in an electrical product design needs to be controlled. Opening a circuit (turning a device OFF) is achieved by breaking the connection. This interrupts the current flow. Closing the circuit (turning a device ON) allows the current to flow again.
Posted on 3/25/19 7:56 AM
Safety needs to be a priority when using a power cord or cord set. Cords that are broken or damaged in some way can become a fire hazard or cause an electrical shock.
Posted on 2/11/19 9:45 AM
The Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) has recently implemented a “Saudi Product Safety Programme (SALEEM)” by requiring specific online certification. This went into effect January 1, 2019.