Digital Transmitters

Liquid Cooling Effectively Chills Transmitters

The cooling system in broadcasting transmitters is a key factor in determining the efficiency of the entire system; the necessary coolant flow is calculated based on number of amplifiers and system set-up. The recently-developed technology of liquid cooling not only contributes to an effectively chilled system, but also extends transmitter lifetime and provides energy savings. Since the water is in close proximity to the electronic system, it’s vital to ensure no leakage occurs. With our no-spill quick connect couplings, we can make sure systems are kept temperature controlled and dry.

Popular CEJN Products for Digital Transmitters

  • Non-Drip Couplings & Nipples

    In applications such as cooling of electronics, machinery and moulds, CEJN offers the Non-Drip series, a range of quick connect couplings and nipples for low-pressure fluid applications. The coupling...
  • DLC, DN3 Stainless steel

    This is an auto-coupling/blind-mate coupling with DN 3 mm (1/8"). Made in AISI 316 Stainless Steel, with specially developed NBR seals. Max working pressure 16 bar (232 PSI...
  • DLC, DN5 Aluminum

    This is an auto-coupling/blind-mate coupling with DN 5 mm (3/16"). Surface treated aluminum alloy, with specially developed NBR seals. Max working pressure 10 bar (145 PSI...
  • Series 767, DN19 Brass

    Made of nickel-plated brass with EPDM seals. DN 19.0 mm (3/4"). Water flow capacity double shut-off Kv 13.30 (Cv 15.37). Max working pressure 20 bar (290 PSI...