Cooling aggregates pack axian fan motors

January 26, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Targeting multi-kilowatts applications, Fischer Elektronik's expanded range of high-performance cooling aggregates LA(V) 28-33 series is based on extruded sections that are soldered together.

The flow-optimized geometry with hollow ribs form a heat exchange structure further optimized with the integration of powerful axial fan motors. Double-sided, precisely face-milled base plates ensure a good heat splay, as well as offering a mounting surface for the electronic components to be cooled. The new cooling aggregates are available with or without air-flow chamber, in two different heights, and six different widths. Additional mechanical finishes, surface coatings and other fan cooler types and voltages can be realized in keeping with customer-specific requirements.

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