Rittal say their System Concept provides an intelligent modular infrastructure from a single source. Enclosure technology, power distribution, system climate control and electronics through to IT technology, together with engineering tools that have been purposely designed for efficient planning processes are pivotal to this concept.
Based on the Rittal TS 8 enclosure and IT rack system platform, with their comprehensive range of accessories, allows numerous advantages which include flexibility, quick and simple assembly, minimal warehousing, fast availability and high quality.
With the growing convergence between IT and automation, Rittal go beyond simple mechanical solutions and provide coordinated power supply solutions which include the UPS system PMC 40, the type-tested switchgear system Ri4Power and energy-efficient climate control technology, such as the latest cooling unit series, Cool Efficiency.
Ensuring optimised interaction between all components, efficient engineering also offers enormous savings potential throughout the machinery and plant planning process, thanks in part to free CAD data from the RiCAD 3D components library for fast mechanical planning.
In addition software solutions, such as the latest Version 4.1 of Rittal Power Engineering, support the fast, safe configuration of power distribution systems, while Rittal’s Therm facilitates the energy-efficient dimensioning of cooling equipment technology.
By encompassing every aspect from mechanical and electrical engineering to automation, Rittal is linking more and more of its individual engineering tools together to create complete solutions with EPLAN Cabinet and the EPLAN Engineering Centre. This allows a wide variety of engineering data to be used throughout all phases of product and plant design, with the many advantages of a consistent data concept, shorter throughput times and reduced costs.