Greenhouse concept of electrical combination panels

A Typical Greenhouse installation has many separate electrical control panels.

Typical American Greenhouses Electrical Pannel Installation
Typical American Greenhouses Electrical Panel Installation

You can make your installation simple and less costly by having:

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[li_item icon=””]No separate 575V or 480V Circuit Breaker Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No separate 208V Circuit Breaker Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No cables and conduit between Circuit Breaker Panels and Motor Control Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No separate Computer Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No separate Computer Override Switch Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No separate Motor Control Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No cables and conduits between Computer Panel and Override Switch Panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No cables and conduits between Computer Panel and Motor Control boxes[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]No cables and conduits between Override SwitchPanel and Motor Control Boxes[/li_item]
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Scratch from your installation

What you can take out to make it simple
What you can take out to make it simple

Save money

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[li_item icon=””]By not installing separate Circuit Breaker panels, Computer panels and motor starter boxes[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]By not installing all interconnecting cables for all these enclosures[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]By not terminating all these external cables (both sides)[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]By installing less conduit[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]By not having to “trouble shoot” all external wire connections[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]By not servicing and maintaining all separate boxes[/li_item]
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Do not only look at purchasing cost of individual equipment when you start

But look at the total cost of the final installation

The end result can be …..

Electrical Combination Panel
Electrical Combination Panel

Everything in just one panel

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[li_item icon=””]Drawings of all circuitry provided with the panel[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]Installation can be done by any electrician even if they are untrained in greenhouse automation systems[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]Less clutter of all separate boxes with interconnections and conduit in the greenhouse[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]Lower maintenance and troubleshooting costs[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]A clean installation in your greenhouse at a lower total installed cost[/li_item]
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Final Scheme

Be wise invest in Electrical Combination panels for the long term.

Thanks to Al van den Ende Ispecs

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Erik van Berkum

Erik is a Dutchman currently living in Osaka Japan.

3 thoughts on “Greenhouse concept of electrical combination panels”

  1. please I need more information & technical specification about greenhouses Electrical panel or send me manual
    deeply thanks

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