Description: Piezoelectric fans are solid state devices without wearing parts. The 115VAC / 60Hz piezo fan can be driven directly
off the AC power bus. The oscillating mylar blade is driven at resonance (60Hz in this case) by a piezo bending element. In free air,
the high amplitude resonant vibration of the plastic blade causes the formation of a high velocity flow stream. Maximum airflow
occurs along the axis of the fan's centerline. Air intake is above and below the swept out volume of the blade. Its simple design
lends itself to low cost in high volume production.
• low power consumption;
• ultra light weight;
• thin profile;
• high reliability.
• no EMI;
• instant starting with no power surge (especially desirable for spot cooling);
• extremely low magnetic permeability (suitable for use in high magnetic field environments
such as NMR machinery and particle accelerators);
• negligible heat dissipation (ideal for sealed enclosures);
• wide temperature range;
• Available in custom sizes and flow rates.