The reason for the high temperature of the air compressor inverter
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Update time : 2022-02-09 16:27:06
Air compressor users all know that the most feared thing about air compressors is that the temperature is too high, especially in summer, it is more likely to cause high temperature faults, and the same is true for variable frequency air compressors. If the high temperature of the inverter of the variable frequency air compressor will not only affect the air compressor The production efficiency of the air compressor will be more serious, and it will also lead to high temperature necrosis of the air compressor.
Therefore, the high temperature problem of the air compressor inverter cannot be ignored, and the corresponding reasons and countermeasures are summarized for the high temperature problem of the inverter.
Reason 1: The working environment temperature of the inverter is too high
This is the main reason for the inverter to heat up. There is an automatic protection device inside the inverter. If the temperature is too high, the temperature of the internal components of the inverter will rise, and the protection device of the inverter will issue an alarm to protect the circuit of the inverter.
Measures: The most direct way is to reduce the temperature of the operating environment of the inverter, which can be cooled by fan cooling, or by flushing the ground with water.
Reason 2: Poor ventilation
There are two cases of poor ventilation. One is that the internal ventilation of the air compressor is poor, and the air duct of the inverter is blocked, which makes it impossible to ventilate and dissipate heat. One is that the working environment of the air compressor is poorly ventilated, which is also the reason why the temperature of the air compressor rises and the inverter heats up.
Measures: You can regularly maintain the inverter and air compressor, and clean the ventilation ducts. Make sure that the working environment of the air compressor is well ventilated.
Reason 3: The cooling fan is not working properly
If the cooling fan of the inverter is stuck or damaged, the cooler cannot cool down normally, resulting in the inability to dissipate the heat inside the inverter.
Action: Check the cooling fan regularly and repair it if it is damaged.
Reason 4: The load of the inverter is too heavy
If the inverter is overloaded, the current through the inverter will increase, which will generate more heat and issue an overheating alarm.
Measures: Control the load of the inverter within a certain range to avoid overloading, or increase the capacity of the inverter appropriately.
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