New EC Fans from YS Tech USA | Electronically Commutated Fans
Almost a year ago we introduced a new motor design in development from YS Tech. That is the EC [or Electronically Commutated] motor fan. Since then, the YS Tech factory has been working diligently to complete the design, testing and safety approval requirements for this new EC fan technology/cooling fan line.
I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t give you all the facts. So, here’s the down side [if one want’s to call it that], the EC motor fan in the same application, will typically cost more than the standard brushless AC/DC cooling fan. Now let’s look at all the ADVANTAGES!
The YS Tech EC 230 fan model, because it’s Electronically Commutated has inherent advantages and efficiencies not found in the standard Brushless fan, including: AC power source, higher pressure, lower power usage and higher operating efficiencies. Below are performance charts showing comparisons of an AC fan (in RED) and the YS Tech EC 230 fan (in BLUE):
STATIC PRESSURE INPUT POWER OPERATING EFFIENCIES
As you can see, the input power savings is the most dramatic!
In addition to the expanded capabilities of the EC fan technology from YS Tech, the flagship model (EC 230) greatly expands your potential customer base from typically smaller; IT related electro-mechanical systems to Commercial systems such as HVAC and food service heating and cooling systems. Expansion of your potential customer base is a good thing, right?
I don’t, yet have photos of this new EC motor model, but here is a DWG of what it looks like, plus a cut-away view for you really curious types:
If I make the DWG large enough to easily read the figures, it would take up all the room, so I’ll give you the basics:
It is 9.2 inches in diameter [the outer flange is over 11 inches] and it is 4¼ inches deep.
As you have probably already figured out, with the large size, come large output figures: over 507 CFM of air flow and over 11mm of water pressure!
Here’s the cut away view. I have a Power Point that shows this photo, labeled, so it’s easier to tell what’s
what! The point is, the design is very different from our Brushless fans you cooling experts are so good at selling!
Give me a call, I’ll be happy to fill-in the blanks and answer questions you all may have.