PTC wire protect your Side Channel Blower
PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) wire is a unique type of cable that’s been gaining a lot of popularity within the realm of electrical components. It is because of its distinctive ……
PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) wire is a unique type of cable that’s been gaining a lot of popularity within the realm of electrical components. It is because of its distinctive property for commercial or residential use that permit it to regulate temperature and protect against becoming too hot.
PTC wire work is an advancement in the electrical part layout that has changed the way of assessing safety and reliability in electrical systems.
PTC cable’s working principles
If the motor is operating normally the bimetallic sheet is in a completely free state and the call remains in a closed or disconnected state.
If the temperature rises to a temperature of operating 130 degrees Celsius the bimetallic element gets heated, causing tension and anxiety within the call and also rapid movement, allowing or closing the contact, while reducing the power and disconnecting the circuit in order to perform the role of thermal protection.
When the temperature levels go lower to a temperature that is reset it will then disconnect or close and return to normal operation.
Here are the main functions of PTC in side channel blowers:
- Overheating protection: High-pressure fans may be prone to motor damage due to overheating during operation. PTC is used to monitor the motor temperature, and when the temperature reaches a preset threshold, the resistance of PTC rapidly increases, triggering protective devices such as power cutoff or reducing motor load to prevent overheating damage.
- Start-up control: During the start-up process of high-pressure fans, the motor may experience high current surges. Using PTC as a start-up control device can limit the current surge. With the resistance characteristics of PTC, the resistance is initially low, allowing a higher current at the start, but as the motor temperature rises, the resistance of PTC increases, restricting the current to a safe range, protecting the motor and the circuit.
- Temperature control: PTC can be used for temperature control in high-pressure fans. By monitoring the resistance of PTC, real-time motor temperature information can be obtained for temperature control and regulation. For example, as the temperature rises, measures can be taken such as adjusting the fan’s speed or increasing the heat dissipation equipment to maintain the motor’s operation within a safe temperature range.
In the end, PTC cord working is an improvement in the style of blower elements which has revolutionized how we view security and integrity in electronic systems. With its distinctive properties, PTC wire is an ideal option for various applications where control of temperature is essential.
The ability to regulate its own temperature, protect against overcurrent and make use as a burner is a highly functional and important component of the blower element type.