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Johnson Electric launches battery cooling fan module for hybrid and electric vehicles

Johnson Electric introduced a new cooling fan product line for hybrid and electric vehicles. The cooling fan module (CFM EV) is designed to have extremely long life to continuously manage the battery temperature during the operating and recharge cycles of plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles. The CFM EV is launched under the GATE brand and designed to maximize airflow with compact size, low weight and quiet operation.

The CFM EV product line provides airflow performance ranging from 30 to 70 liters per second with air pressure up to 600 Pa. This performance covers the requirements of light hybrid, full hybrid and electric vehicles.

The airflow is variable to provide the necessary cooling for battery temperature management controlled by the vehicle ECU. The CFM EV interface and diagnostics can be customized for any vehicle platform.



What an invention.

My PC tower has 10 high quality German variable speed ultra low noise fans going strong for almost 8 years. Almost no noise, no failures and it seems that they could last another upgrade and another 8 years.


610 PA = 0.089 psi, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orders_of_magnitude_(pressure)

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