Coolers

Electronics Cooling Tech Adapted for Organ Transport by Drones

February 1st, 2016

Four women, with support from the IFFE Business School in Spain, have created an unmanned aerial vehicle, Dronlife, with its own cooling system to transport organs in India. “Dronlife uses Peltier cells, devices used in…read more

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New “Kinetic Cooling Engine” CPU Cooler Design

January 20th, 2016

Startup MIT company, CoolChip, demonstrated a new commercial prototype CPU cooler recently at CES. “They’ve partnered with Cooler Master to release a “kinectic cooling engine” that can cool a chip 50 percent more efficiently than…read more

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Protection Coatings for Coolers to be Presented at Upcoming Conference

January 18th, 2016

On February 26 at the Photonics West Conference in San Francisco Rogers Corporation’s Power Electronics Solutions (PES) will be presenting a report on ACT’s vapor-deposited Applied Nanoscale Corrosion Resistant (ANCER™) coatings in partnership with Advanced Cooling…read more

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“Breakthrough Products of the Year” Award Winner

January 18th, 2016

Enclosure manufacturer, Rittal Corporation, has won Processing magazine’s 2015 Breakthrough Products of the Year award for their Blue e+ Cooling Unit Series for enclosures. “The award recognizes products, technologies and services that have made significant contributions…read more

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New Solid-State Wine Cellar Cooling Technology

January 8th, 2016

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show, Haier America introduced its “new alternative cooling system for wine cellars,” as reported by DigitalTrends.com. This technology “couples a solid-state chip that is 25 times lighter and 100 times smaller…read more

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New Cooler Can Advance Heat Exchanger Technology

December 21st, 2015

Recently, researchers at the Energy Department’s Sandia National Laboratories have developed an innovative new air-cooling technology called the Sandia Cooler. “The Sandia Cooler combines a fan and a finned metal heat sink into a single…read more

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New Cooling System for Automotive Battery is Simpler and Offers Higher Cooling Rates

December 14th, 2015

As electric cars go to higher charging rates, better cooling will be needed.  Direct Expansion, or DX, is a new cooling system that “uses the same refrigerant as used in your vehicle’s air conditioning system…read more

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New High-Rise Nano-Materials Incorporate Thermal Cooling Layers

December 14th, 2015

Researchers and Stanford engineers are creating a new approach to the layout of computer processors and memory chips (called Nano-Engineered Computing Systems Technology, or N3XT) where processors and memory are stacked on top of one…read more

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Industry Leading Airflow and Static Pressure Fan Introduced

October 23rd, 2015

Sanyo Denki has announced its new high airflow fan, the San Ace 140 9GV type, which offers the industry’s highest airflow and static pressure.  It has 6.8 times the static pressure and 2 times the…read more

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New Internal Mount Coolers Ideal for Enclosure Cooling

October 23rd, 2015

TECA introduces a new line of coolers, which are internally mounted air conditioners ideal for enclosure cooling. Because these thermoelectric coolers are highly reliable and almost maintenance free, they are ideal for areas that are…read more

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Researchers Send De-ionized Water Within Few Hundred Microns of Transistors

October 20th, 2015

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have announced a breakthrough in increasing processing power. “Their innovative design involves sending liquid coolant—in the form of de-ionized water—through microfluidic passages within a few hundred microns of…read more

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Graphene-based Inks Yield Low Cost and High Speed Printing in Electronics

October 20th, 2015

A team of researchers at the University of Cambridge, along with the Cambridge-based company Novalia, have produced new graphene-based inks which could lead to high-speed manufacturing of printed electronics. The method involves adding graphene and…read more

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Scientists Discover Coulomb Interactions Key to Heat Dissipation

September 29th, 2015

An international team of researchers, lead by a team at the University of Michigan, have discovered that Coulomb Interactions dissipate heat better than expected. “The scientists demonstrated that the electrostatic interactions between electrically charged particles…read more

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New Material Boosts Efficiency of Solar Cells and Improves Cooling

September 29th, 2015

Researchers from Stanford University have successfully improved the efficiency of solar cells and solar panels. They have developed a transparent overlay material, a patterned silica material on top of a normal solar cell, which increases…read more

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