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New IP68 Rated Models Added to CUI Devices’ Dc Fans Line

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — March 12, 2024 — CUI Devices’ Thermal Management Group today announced the addition of IP68 rated fan models to its line of dc axial fans. These waterproof dc fans offer complete protection against moisture and dust, making them ideal for a range of harsh environments such as refrigeration, HVAC, medical, and more.
The IP68 rated fans feature dual ball bearing construction, square frame sizes of 60 mm, 80 mm, or 92 mm, and airflow ratings from 14.7 up to 129.55 CFM. All models come as standard with auto restart protection, including additional options for tachometer signal and PWM control signal wires. Available with rated voltages of 12 or 24 Vdc, these waterproof dc fans feature multiple speed ratings from 3500 up to 12000 RPM and static pressure ratings from 0.15 up to 2.31 inH2O. Outside of its standard offering, CUI Devices can also deliver custom fan solutions to meet a variety of forced air cooling needs.
The CFM-60BG68, CFM-80BG68, CFM-92BF68, and CFM92BG68 series are available immediately with prices starting at $13.63 per unit at 500 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing.
For helpful resources and tools on thermal management, check out CUI Devices’ Resource Library that houses a range of blog posts, videos, and more.
Summary
Product name: Waterproof Dc Fans
Availability: Stock to 16 weeks
Possible users: Refrigeration, HVAC, and medical
Primary features: IP68 rated, ball bearing construction
Cost: $13.63 per unit at 500 pieces through distribution
 
About CUI Devices
CUI Devices is an electronic components manufacturer dedicated to nurturing the spirit of innovation by being more human—caring more than is expected, embracing evolution, taking a holistic approach, and having fun along away. The company specializes in an ever-expanding range of product technologies, including audio, interconnect, motion & control, relays, sensors, switches, and thermal management solutions. To learn more, visit www.cuidevices.com.

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