Delphi a world leader in
electronics cooling technology, and Laing, a world leader in hydraulic
engineering, have joined forces in the development of breakthrough
technology for electronics cooling applications. Utilizing
Laing’s magnetic drive spherical motor technology and Delphi’s thermal
cooling expertise, the Delphi pump was initially designed for computer
processor and electronic circuit cooling. Now the Delphi pump
fits a variety of applications where space and component size are
critical in system design parameters.
As the frontrunner for liquid
cooling systems in the computer industry, the Delphi pump employs a
brushless DC motor with a lifetime in excess of 50,000 hours when
operated at 12 volts — three to four times the life expectancy of other
pumps in its class. Suitable for a broad range of sophisticated
electronic cooling systems, the Delphi pump is virtually silent when
operating and facilitates a more efficient method of heat evacuation
than traditional heat sinks.
DDC Pump Curve
DDC Design Characteristics:
The DDC pump
electronically commutated wet rotor design results in only one moving
part in the entire pump. A spherically suspended rotor/impeller
rests on top of a ceramic ball and is driven magnetically, thereby
eliminating the need for a shaft motor connection. The Delphi
pump lasts longer, consumes less power and offers superior
performance characteristics when compared to other pumps in its
DDC Pump Technical Data:
Electronically commutated, brushless DC, spherical motor, RoHS Complaint
Voltage Range: 8 to 13.2
Starting Voltage: 9
to 13.2 VDC
pressure: 22 PSI
Temperature range: Up to
Acceptable media: Domestic
hot water, water/Glycol mixtures and other media on request.
DDC Exploded View
The DDC pump is the
smallest pump in its class and can fit into very confined operating
spaces — virtually every desktop computer!
Maintenance is not
necessary under normal conditions and even after lengthy shutdown
periods a reliable start-up is virtually guaranteed.
The flow rate and
performance characteristics can be easily controlled by voltage
The rotor/impeller is
suspended in the pumped fluid and the rotor is self-aligning so noise
does not increase over time.
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