EXAIR's Hazardous Location Cabinet Cooler Systems have achieved the UL classified designation for Div1 environments.
EXAIR vortex tubes provide a maintenance-free solution to a variety of industrial spot cooling problems. Using an ordinary supply of compressed air as a power source, vortex tubes create two streams of air, one hot and one cold, with no moving parts.
The CUI CFM series DC fan has frame sizes of 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 92 and 120 mm. It delivers airflow ranging from 10 CFM in the 40 mm series to over 200 CFM in the 120 mm series.
Researchers have developed a novel hybrid dielectric material that allows electrocaloric materials to hold absorbed heat even after an external field has been switched off.
Researchers from MIPT have demonstrated how to efficiently cool optoelectronic chips using industry-standard heatsinks in spite of high heat generation in active plasmonic components. These components will be essential for high-speed data transfer within the optoelectronic microprocessors of the future.
A range of medical-grade, fanless point-of-care terminals, the POC-C series terminals, designed for use in hospital operating rooms, ICUs, patient monitoring and on computer carts, is now available. The 15, 17 and 19″ devices are entry-level systems that are medically certified.
Sepa has introduced its 10 mm micro axial fan with dimensions of 10 x 10 x 2.2 mm, a rated voltage of 3.3 and current of 0.05 A.
Rittal has launched a cold aisle containment system that enables data centre managers to increase energy efficiency by optimising the operating temperature of their IT equipment.
Research engineers at Purdue University are developing tiny, quiet fans that wiggle back and forth to help cool future laptop computers and other portable electronic gear.
At the top end of the PAPST product range, the DV6200 series offers fans with both high flow rates, >500 m/h, and high static pressure.
Linear Technology has introduced the LTC1840, a dual fan speed controller with a two-wire interface for network servers, desktop PCs or other high efficiency applications where a separate DC-DC converter drives each fan.