Busbars may not be glamorous, but they are a work of precision and manufacturing excellence. They are the distribution center for entire electrical systems - the brain if you will - conducting electricity within a switchboard, distribution board, and substations and distributing high levels of current to multiple devices. It can be as simple as distributing power from a home circuit breaker throughout a residential home, and increases in complexity to manage the most complicated systems in the world.
There are several reasons busbars are a superior choice to cables when it comes to selecting an electrical distribution method for your establishment:
1) Reduce Systems Cost - Lower manufacturing costs by decreasing assembly time as well as internal material handling costs.
2) Reliability - Reduction of wiring errors.
3) Increased Capacitance - Decreased characteristic impedance leads to greater effective signal suppression and noise elimination.
4) Lower Inductance - Use of thin parallel conductors with a thin dielectric laminated together minimizes the effect of inductance on electrical circuits.
5) Denser Packaging - Since they are not insulated, they radiate heater better than insulated cables. This decreases system size and cost.
6) Extreme Magnet Force - Tolerate extreme magnetic forces under fault conditions
7) High Current Levels - Capable of handling and distributing high quantities of electrical current
8) Assembly - Easier to assemble for complex installations
Because busbars are very specialized equipment, you need a professional to do a custom installation. This does require an increased cost, but hiring a specialist to manufacture and install the switchboard apparatus has positive long-term cost returns.
Mings Electricity Technology (Dongguan) Ltd. is conveniently situated in Dongguan, Guangdong Province of China – a world-renowned city for manufacturing. Mings is dedicated to establishing a top platform for electricity & power transmission and distribution solutions, with the purpose of better serving the Belt and Road countries’ infrastructure construction and development strategy.