A Square D unit is a type of electrical power distribution equipment manufactured by Schneider Electric (under the brand name Square D). These units are designed to control, distribute, and protect electrical power in industrial and commercial environments. They are commonly used in facilities such as factories, warehouses, and offices to manage and distribute power to various electrical devices and systems.
The specific types of Square D units vary, but they generally fall into one of the following categories: circuit breakers, panelboards, motor control centers, switchgear and power monitoring and management systems. Square D units are designed to provide a safe, reliable, and efficient means of controlling, distributing, and protecting electrical power in industrial and commercial environments.
Common failures in these units include:
Electrical overload or short circuit.
Fuses blowing: If fuses blow frequently, it may indicate an electrical overload or short circuit.
Contactors not closing: If contactors don't close, it may indicate a problem with the electrical supply or control circuit.
Motor not starting: If a motor connected to the Square D unit is not starting, it may indicate a problem with the motor control circuit, the motor itself, or the power supply to the motor.
Power outage: If the power to the Square D unit is lost, it may indicate a problem with the power supply, such as an interruption in the electrical service or a problem with the utility company's power grid.
Overheating: If the Square D unit is overheating, it may indicate a problem with the unit's cooling system or a problem with the electrical load it is handling.
Rust or corrosion: If the Square D unit is rusting or corroding, it may indicate a problem with the unit's environment or the materials used in its construction.
Aging: Over time, the Square D unit may experience wear and tear, which can affect its accuracy and longevity.
Control System Labs is able to test these units to ensure that they are working properly after repair, so you can get your equipment up and running! These repairs are backed by our 2-year warranty.
Fill out an RMA to send your item in for repair, stating the exact issue you are having with your unit.