From Murata: Lineup of low-noise, small, thin microblowers has been expanded
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has added low-noise, small, thin microblowers MZB3005T06 and MZB4001T05 to our product lineup, and we have started shipping samples.
Small, thin microblowers
At 19.0×19.0×2.3 mm (L×W×H), MZB3005T06 is substantially smaller and thinner than conventional models. It reduces the mounting area of electronic circuits, making the use of smaller electronic devices a possibility.
Balanced pressure and flow rate
Our lineup of microblowers previously contained only products specialized for discharge/suction pressure and products specialized for flow rate. The newly developed MZB4001T05 is designed to be small and thin while maintaining the balance between pressure and flow rate.
|Part number||Input voltage*1|
|MZB3005T06||8 ～ 19.5||0 ～ 45||21.5 ～ 24.5||≧155@18Vdc||≧firstname.lastname@example.orgVdc|
|MZB4001T05||20 ～ 28||5 ～ 50||20 ～ 22||≧0.5@24Vdc||≦-10.5@24Vdc|
*1 Voltage to be applied to our drive circuit
*2 Measuring conditions：Ambient temperature 18～28℃ Pressure：950～1020hPa
*3 The characteristics of flow rate and pressure vary depending on the temperature and atmospheric pressure conditions.
Microblowers are used in a variety of purposes and devices requiring the discharge/suction of air, including medical and healthcare applications. Murata Manufacturing offers several lines of microblowers and will continue to develop products that meet the needs of the market and customers, as well as contribute to the realization of a variety of applications.
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