Communication electronic devices usually do not need to be heated in winter, but this depends on the specific design and usage environment of the device. Modern communication electronic devices typically have a wide operating temperature range and can operate normally at relatively low temperatures. Generally speaking, they should be able to operate well at temperatures of a few degrees Celsius below zero.
However, in extremely cold conditions, communication equipment may be affected by temperature, leading to performance degradation or malfunction. Some common issues include:
Battery performance: Low temperatures can reduce the capacity and output power of the battery, which may cause the device to deplete the battery more quickly.
Display screen issue: LCD screens may experience delayed response or image distortion at extreme low temperatures.
Component shrinkage: Changes in temperature may cause shrinkage and expansion of components inside the equipment, which may damage welding points or connections.
To address these issues, communication equipment in certain special environments may be equipped with heating elements. These heating elements can provide the minimum operating temperature required by the equipment at low temperatures and ensure normal operation of the equipment. For communication equipment deployed in extremely cold or high altitude areas, heating systems may be necessary.
The cabinet air conditioner is designed specifically for this special temperature controlled environment, with not only cooling function but also heating function.
The refrigeration function can be turned on in extremely cold environments to maintain normal working temperature inside the cabinet.