Making a Case for Electronic Circuit Protection Migration

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"We provide a lot of after-sales support for our machines. One of our headaches is control circuit (24 V) protection, particularly identifying and troubleshooting blown circuits. The other part of this that's becoming a pain is stocking and supplying lots of types of fuses and circuit breakers. We know we can justify the extra costs for both our customers and ourselves if we migrate to electronic circuit protection. How do we make that case to our customers?

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  • <p>Try to contact <a href="http://www.electriciantrainingschools.net/" title="electrician" style="text-decoration:none;color:#000000;">electrician</a> specialist to help you with this problem. This is the safest thing I know to help you. As you provide after sales, how can you secure that it’s still safety and can be used for long time?</p>

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