60 Hz Piezoelectric Fan
Please note that this fan requires current limited electronics, provided below, to be driven off of line power. Failure to do so will damage the device.
Piezoelectric fans are solid state devices without wearing parts. The oscillating FR4 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.
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- Lower Power Consumption
- Ultra Light Weight
- Thin Profile
- High Reliability
- No EMI
- Instant starting with no power surge (especially durable for spot cooling)
- Extremely low magnetic permeability
- Negligible heat dissipation (ideal for sealed enclosures)
- Wide temperature range
|Power Consumption||1 W|
|Volume Flow Rate||10 CFM (283 l/s)|
|Peak to Peak Tip Displacement||1.1 inch (28 mm)|
PIEZO.com fans can be connected to line power with a voltage of 120 VAC with current limit protection. Some form of surge protection is required on the line power to ensure the fan does not experience higher voltages than it is rated for. If there is no surge protection, an inline fuse in the circuit below can be used.
|QTY||Parts||Description||Manufacturer Part Number|
|4||R3, R4, R5, R6||49.9KΩ resistor||RMCF1206FT49K9|
|2||R1, R2||124Ω resistor||ERJ-8ENF1240V|
|2||D1, D2||600V 1A Diode||CMMR1U-06 TR|
|1||F1||100mA,250V Fuse||5SF 100-R|
|2||D3, D4||5.6V Zener Diode||MMSZ5232B-7-F|
|2||U1, U2||Vref shunt||ZTLV431AFTA|
|2||Q1, Q2||MOSFET N-CH 450V 140mA||ZVN0545GTA|
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|Temperature Range||-60° C to 120° C|
|Rated Drive Voltage (+/-V) off of Resonance||120|
|Resonant Freq (Hz)||60|