Filter fans are used to provide an optimum climate in enclosures and cabinets with electrical/electronic components. The interior temperature of an enclosure can be reduced by channelling cooler filtered outside air into the enclosure thus expelling heated internal air. The resulting airflow prevents formation of localised hot pockets in installations and protects electronic components from overheating.
|Axial fan, ball bearing||service life L10 at +40 °C (+104 °F): min. 37,000 h|
fan body aluminium, rotor metal
|Casing, hood, flaps||plastic according to UL94 V-0, light grey;|
UV light resistant according to UL746C (f1)
|Mounting frame||4 built-in ratchet braces for mounting|
(6 notches for wall thickness 1-4 mm).
Additional use of screws possible if needed1.
|Filter mat||ISO coarse 55 % acc. to ISO 16890 (G3),|
initial gravimetric arrestance 57 %
|Filter material||synthetic fibre with progressive construction, temperature|
resistant to +100°C, self-extinguishing class F1,
moisture resistant to 100% RH, reusable
|Operating/Storage temperature||-40 to +70 °C (-40 to +158 °F)|
|Operating/Storage humidity||max. 90 % RH (non-condensing)|
|Protection type/Protection class||IP54 / I (earthed)|
|Environmental rating UL/NEMA||UL TYPE 12 / NEMA 12|
|Approvals||VDE, UL File No. E234324, EAC|
|Note||other voltages on request|