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.
Blind-mate coupling secures cooling of transmitter
We all watch TV, it’s part of our daily life. To get the image to the TV screen the information passes through several stages, the transmitter being one of these. The transmitter then broadcasts an...
Transmitter uses liquid cooling in power amplifier
Thanks to perfect timing by our local sales office, CEJN was able to offer a coupling solution to ensure better liquid cooling of the PCB than previous suppliers. We started delivery of the Non-Drip...
Blind-mate connector secures spill-free connection in broadcasting transmitter
An altered Non-Drip series 577 has been made for a producer of digital broadcasting transmitters. The design needs were an auto-coupling/blind-mate connector with aluminium parts that could handle...