July 28, 2021
Most people are familiar with the story of the Goldilocks and the Three Little Bears. Goldilocks finds a house owned by three bears and makes herself at home. The porridge is either too cold or too hot, the chairs too big or too small, and the beds are too firm or too soft. However, one bowl of porridge, one chair, and one bed are just right.
Today’s industrial automation landscape is not terribly dissimilar from the story of Goldilocks. Companies have a multitude of options for their electrical panel and switchgear solutions, and in an increasingly competitive, global marketplace, manufacturers need enclosures that are ideally suited for their applications.
Enclosures may be too small or large, come with long lead times or complicated assembly, and some lack compatibility with climate control or existing enclosure systems. Whatever the deficiency, the quest for the ideal enclosure continues for too many industrial manufacturers.
This begs the question: what is the ideal enclosure? What kind of enclosure can simplify the complexity of variant-rich industries where standardization of industrial automation solutions is imperative for optimal performance, growth, and achieving business goals?
Rittal’s new VX SE free-standing enclosure system is just such an enclosure. Much like Goldilocks’ prized bowl of perfect porridge, the VX SE is just right for manufacturers looking for a streamlined, versatile, and user-friendly enclosure that can act as a workhorse for their industrial automation architecture.