Fans in medical technology – quiet and reliable
Modern devices used in medical technology are equipped with computer-controlled systems or power electronics, e.g. the computer processor in ventilators or the power electronics in devices used for shock wave therapy. In order to prevent the systems from overheating the generated heat must be dissipated. In the case of suitable cooling solutions reliability plays a significant role but noise is equally important.
5 tips on how to find the right fan!
All electronic components heat up during operation. Excessive temperatures can however change the properties of the components or even destroy them. If this is no option for you, the following useful tips will help you to find a suitable thermal management and protect the service life of your entire system.
Fans for cooling electronics – Fact checking 5 myths
With or without brushes? Fans do not have a long lifespan? Fans do not tolerate moisture? Fans are surrounded by many myths, some of which are persistent. The fact check takes a look at 5 different theories.
SEPA EUROPE rethinks heat sinks – the 3DQler
SEPA EUROPE und APWorks kooperieren in Form eines gemeinsamen Projektes. The target is to achieve a higher cooling capacity per volume. The result speaks for itself. Thanks to this close cooperation we are in a position to offer tailor-made cooling solutions to a wide range of customers.
Effective cooling of embedded systems
Chip Cooler – Effective cooling of embedded systems
Deheat embedded systems with active chip cooling
SEPA Europe has developed an active chip cooling and tested it on a Raspberry Pi 4. Compared to operation with a heat sink or completely without cooling, the temperature decreased by 25 K.