You should use "electrical voltage" or "electrical power" as the criteria for selecting electrical insulating rubber mats.

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You should use "electrical voltage" or "electrical power" as the criteria for selecting electrical insulating rubber mats.

 

You should use "electrical voltage" or "electrical power" as the criteria for selecting electrical insulating rubber mats.

Electrical voltage is the pressure that causes electric current to flow through an electrical conductor, measured in volts (Voltage). Electrical power, on the other hand, represents the rate of energy usage in operating various devices, measured in watts. For the safe installation and use of electrical insulating rubber mats in front of electrical cabinets, electrical voltage should be used as the criterion for selection. For example, for an MDB cabinet with a voltage of 380-400 V, it is advisable to use ElectroMer Class 0 insulating rubber mats (IEC61111: Max Use Voltage 1000 V.) with a thickness of 2 mm or more. This is to ensure resistance to electrical voltage, prevent electric shocks, and allow safe standing operations in front of the MDB or switchboard cabinets on ElectroMer Class 0 insulating rubber mats (IEC61111: Max Use Voltage 1000 V.) with a thickness of 2 mm. The higher the voltage resistance capability of the insulating rubber mats compared to the actual operating voltage, the safer it is to use.



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