Intelligent Cooling for Communications & Network Equipment

Intelligent Cooling: Advanced cooling solutions for communications & network equipment

High air flow, high pressure, low vibration, low energy consumption, water and dust-proof IP protection, power-off brake circuits, intelligent controls, and custom-made cooling module solutions.

With the ongoing trend of globalization in network technology, communication equipment has become a key part of infrastructure in countries around the world. Features such as operating around the clock, rapid and nonstop communication, energy savings, weather resistance, and more have become standard requirements for all communication products. In order to provide the best cooling solution for communications equipment, Sunon offers fans and fan module products featuring high air flow, high air pressure, high IP protection, increased energy savings, power off brake circuits, and other features tailor-made for the industry.

Intelligent Control Examples

Temperature Control

As the fan tray runs at high speed over long periods of time, the temperature control sensor on the fan changes the fan speed when there is a change in your system’s temperature – the higher the temperature, the faster the fan speed.

Temperature Controls

System Voltage Control

Your system controls the fan tray’s speed by directly setting the voltage to your specs.

System Voltage Control

Intelligent Backups

The fan tray runs normally until one of the fans stops running. The sensor recognizes the problem and immediately signals the other fans to run at full speed, maintaining optimal cooling efficiency.

Intelligent Backups

Automatic Power-Off Brake Circuits

Sunon’s fan-brake design automatically stops operation within 2 seconds of the fan power going off. This ensures the system repair personnel can operate safely.

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We are honored to serve as a manufacturer’s rep for SUNON. Today SUNON has become the best thermal solution provider for clients across various industries, such as IT, automobile electronics, optical electronics, and network communication, claiming global shares of 26% and 19% respectively in the markets of projectors and notebook computers.