Categorized as Bus Bars

Best Practices for Using Fasteners to Secure Busbars

June 18, 2024 6:44 pm | By

One of the key elements for successful busbar integration involves the fastener strategy for mounting and securing it in place.... View Article

Mitigating Vibration, Shock and Expansion in Busbars

April 10, 2024 7:08 pm | By

  As a wise old engineer once said, “nothing is perfectly flat”. In a similar sense, from a vibration, shock,... View Article

Thermal Management for Laminated Busbars

March 10, 2024 6:33 pm | By

Understanding thermal management issues and mitigation methods can be a critical factor for success with laminated busbars, especially when they... View Article

Exploring Busbar Joint Resistance: A study on the Effects of Torque and Plating

January 29, 2024 8:10 am | By

By: Storm Power Components   A study shows the effect of surface-plating material and bolt torque on busbar contact resistance,... View Article

Key Techniques to Integrate and Optimize EMI Shielding and Filtering into Busbars

August 7, 2023 6:59 pm | By

Integrating shielding and filtering into busbars is an important aspect of electrical system design, particularly in applications where electromagnetic interference... View Article

Cracking the Code on Epoxy-Coated Bus-Bar Design

June 19, 2023 5:30 pm | By

Basic guidelines ensure superior results and reliability for the epoxy powder coating used to provide critical electrical and mechanical protection... View Article

A Comprehensive Guide to Jointing Busbars: Which Method is Best?

May 8, 2023 9:52 am | By

There are many situations where it is necessary to join two busbars to create a single, unified unit. This process,... View Article

Laminated Bus Bars:

January 15, 2021 12:02 pm | By

Design, Fabrication, and Testing Expertise Are Keys to Performance, Reliability The laminated bus bar (LBB) is a passive component which... View Article

Engineering Blasphemy: Smaller is not Always Better

September 9, 2020 2:31 pm | By

USING ALUMINUM FOR BUS BARS   Design engineers strive to make equipment smaller and more efficient.  The hidden assumption being... View Article