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Saw this one about an hour ago..

This is something TOTALLY New and Unique in 'mechanical' cooling technology , Really Out of the Box thinking >>

Solid State ACTIVE Cooling Device - AirJet by Frore Systems

Completely Blows traditional fans out of the water...

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It's NOT a Dyson (or their clones) where the fan blades are just hidden inside the main body of the device.
There is NO Blades!!





PC WORLD Article-
https://www.pcworld.com/article/1388332/new-airjet-chips-can-double-a-laptops-performance.html



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That is very interesting. I could see those being used on ESCs but worry about the thin membrane and the dirt/debris that RC applications get subjected to.

Apparently they thought of that also...
Check out the 2nd video, they talk about dust contamination issues.
 

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Interesting. I wonder how this compares to Peltier / thermoelectric coolers since there isn't a thickness restriction this design seems to be addressing.

Apparently this AirJet device doesn't have to generate a large temperature gradient like Peltier coolers to work..
Which is a Big plus.
 

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I do wonder how well the membranes will work with the shock and vibrations of an RC car environment

I'll have to try and make contact with this company and see if I can get a hold of some samples...
I'm sure we at AF can give it a solid Real World Thrashing ..I mean Testing.
 
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Powered by spektrum 500$ for the 3s capable esc please

If it's made with silicon ,then they can produce these by the hundreds (or thousands) on a 8-10" wafer.. The device itself could be cheaper than traditional fans to manufacture.
 

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Moving air @120mph silently!? Sounds crazy to me. I'm generally a low tech guy, so I'm kinda "blown" away by how that's possible..🤯
Guess I gotta change my screen name now..😉🤣🤣

You know what they say about the butterfly effect..
"One little butterfly flaps its wings... causes a tsunami on the other side of the planet"

Now imagine if you have a thousand nano flappers on a chip, all vigorously flapping away in the same direction..
The air velocity for let's say a distance of 3 to 4" in a Second is equivalent to 120 Miles in a HOUR.
 

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You know what they say about the butterfly effect..
"One little butterfly flaps its wings... causes a tsunami on the other side of the planet"

Now imagine if you have a thousand nano flappers on a chip, all vigorously flapping away in the same direction..
The air velocity for let's say a distance of 3 to 4" in a Second is equivalent to 120 Miles in a HOUR.
Oh, I thought the butterfly effect was just a movie🤔🤯🤪😁
TBH, it's not how the air is moved that suprises, but rather that airspeed without noise? Either way, supercool! Even if it never trickles down to my classification 😉👌
 

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Oh, I thought the butterfly effect was just a movie🤔🤯🤪😁
TBH, it's not how the air is moved that suprises, but rather that airspeed without noise? Either way, supercool! Even if it never trickles down to my classification 😉👌

It's all in the physics..
High Velocity @ Very short distances 😉
 
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