The prototype of a water cooling system using the 20-inch pump. The model on the left side shows the configuration of the system. Shown on the right is a prototype that is envisioned as an actual system, which has a flow channel created on a 1-mm metal plate and mounted with radiation fins and a reserve tank.
The piezoelectric pump intended for water-cooled notebook PCs. Shown on the upper left is the "30-inch" pump slated for volume production. The input voltage is 5DC and the power consumption is 1W maximum. The maximum noise is 25dB (A). The operating temperature ranges from -10 to +60°C (without freezing of refrigerant). The "20-inch" pump currently under development is shown on the upper right.
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