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Cooling fan vows 20% increase in airflow

Posted: 04 Jun 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DC cooling fans  cooling equipment  active cooling systems 

Sanyo Denki America has announced the shipment of two new models of its compact DC cooling fan that boasts as much as a 20-per cent increase in airflow. The San Ace 60CR provides the highest airflow and static pressure capabilities in the industry—made possible by two axially aligned fans rotating counterclockwise to each other, Sanyo Denki said.

With newly developed blades and frame that improve overall performance, the result is a maximum airflow of 2.26m³/min and static pressure as high as 550Pa. Power consumption is as low as 32.4W with a minimum noise generation of 64dB. L10 life expectancy is 40,000 hours at 60°C. The cooling fan is RoHS-compliant.

Optional features include tachometer sensor and lock rotor sensor outputs, as well as pulse-width modulation control.

The company said the new products are suitable for use in servers, storage systems, communications equipment, power supplies and a variety of industrial machinery.

Delivery is slated within the next two months, with pricing pegged at Rs.1,521.71 ($36) each in small quantities.

- Gina Roos

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