Posts tagged Fan

New Line of Extrusion Aluminum Chassis

April 9th, 2012

Cubitek has announced their new line of chassis – ICE Series. Including 5 new models, these ICE Series chassis using a 2.5(mm) extrusion aluminum construction are stronger than standard aluminum cases, yet thinner than other…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, New Products | Comments Off

Tags: , ,

HVAC Basic Drive Delivers for Fan and Pump Applications

February 27th, 2012

Danfoss VLT Drives introduces the VLT® HVAC Basic Drive – a robust variable speed drive solution that delivers highly reliable HVAC performance for basic fan and pump operations. VLT HVAC Basic Drives minimize wear on…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, New Products | Comments Off

Tags: ,

40 GHz Bandwidth Socket for 16x16mm, 0.8mm Pitch BGA Packages

January 17th, 2012

Ironwood Electronics’ new high performance BGA socket product line uses elastomer capable of high speed, low inductance, high endurance and wide temperature applications. The SM-BGA-9006 socket is designed for 16X16 mm package size and operates at…read more

Posted in New Products, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , , ,

New Ford Model Updates Cooling System

November 21st, 2011

The latest high performance variant of the Ford Mustang bearing the Shelby name has a 5.8-liter supercharged V8 producing a 650 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque. The new 5.8-liter engine also sees updates to…read more

Posted in Automotive, Blowers / Fans / Filters, News | Comments Off

Tags: , ,

Active Noise Reduction Solution Integrates Fully into Fan

August 22nd, 2011

The RotoSub R-ANC enables the fan to reduce its own noise. RotoSub R-ANC is an active noise reduction solution that integrates fully into the fan itself. The solution reduces its noise without increasing the size…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, New Products | Comments Off

Tags: ,

Exploring the Limits of Air Cooling

August 1st, 2006

Introduction Heat from electronic devices is an integral part of information processing, not a nuisance that can someday be eliminated. This is a physical principle that is independent of the device of information processing. However,…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Coolers, Design, Heat Sinks, Liquid Cooling, Semiconductor, Test & Measurement | 1 Comment »

Tags: , , , , , ,

Keep Cool by Sensing Current to Control Fans

August 1st, 2004

Control of cooling fans has become increasingly popular as efforts are made to reduce system power consumption and mechanical fan noise. The purpose of including a fan is to reduce temperature and keep it as…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Computer, Design, Technical Brief, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , ,

Recognizing the Limits of Conventional Axial Hub-Motor AHS Devices

August 1st, 2003

Conventional axial hub-motor AHS (Active Heatsink) devices (Figure 1) have reached their functional and cost limits and may not be improved significantly. These devices have a number of inherent, severe contradictions (design limitations) that determine…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Design, Technical Brief | Comments Off

Tags: , , , , ,

Numerical Modeling and Experimental Verification of High-density Servers

November 1st, 2002

High-density hardware and software are developed as part of an initiative to greatly increase data center compute densities. Concept systems presented here are based on the Intel® Itanium™ processor family and are designed for a…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Computer, Design, Heat Sinks, IT Products, Power, Semiconductor, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Quick and easy fan/sink characterization

August 1st, 2002

It is often necessary to generate in-house pressure-drop and base-to-ambient thermal resistance data for ducted fan/heat sink assemblies. For reliable applicability of the performance data, the configuration of the test article should closely match the…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Design, Heat Sinks, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , ,

There’s something for everybody on talk radio

August 1st, 2002

I was doing my Sunday morning (2 a.m.) radio call-in show about electronics cooling (Hot Air on the Air with Tony K), when I heard a familiar voice on the line. “Herbie in Hereford,” I…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Design, Heat Sinks, Kordyban's Korner, Semiconductor | Comments Off

Tags: , ,

Low Noise Axial Fan Applications

May 1st, 2000

There are three basics to creating low-noise axial fan applications: airflow path design initial fan design analysis and correction of specific acoustical responses in the physical model   Each is important and contributes to the…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Design, Technical Brief, Test & Measurement | 1 Comment »

Tags: , , , , ,

Forced convection cooling inside an electronics enclosure

May 1st, 1998

Introduction One of the more complex thermal problems in electronics is the modeling of complete systems, such as an enclosure containing electronic components. A typical example would be a power supply, including heat sinks and…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Communications, Computer, Data Centers, Design, Heat Sinks, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , , ,

Minimizing acoustical noise in electronic systems

May 1st, 1996

Introduction Air-moving devices (AMDs), such as fans and blowers used for cooling inelectronic systems invariably generate acoustical noise which must be consideredif people are exposed to the emitted noise. In this article, we discussquantitative measures…read more

Posted in Blowers / Fans / Filters, Design, Test & Measurement | Comments Off

Tags: , , , ,