Cooling Fan

Thermal energy flows in and around a vehicle are vital and the role of the cooling fans even in hybrid and battery driven vehicles is critical. This helps maintain the optimal temperature range while lowering fuel consumption and emissions. These cooling fans tend to be high power systems often operating up to 1.2 kW

Block diagram

Design considerations

1.2 kW Brushless DC motor drive

  • LDC preferred for controllability and low power performance

Controlled by 6 MOSFETs operated with PWM

  • puts the focus on switching losses and EMC performance
  • power saving of 100 W on average
  • emission reduction of approx. 0.24 kg CO2 per 100 km.


Selection Guide 2020

The 2020 edition of the Nexperia Selection Guide presents all our Discrete, Logic and MOSFET devices in one single document to give you a complete overview of our portfolio, making it easier for you to find the right product for your design.

Download it now

Driving efficiency takes pole position

Today’s cars are undergoing the greatest transformation the industry has seen. Continued electrification is resulting in significant change from the engine right through to the cloud. Consistently delivering the right functionality, with the right performance, in the right package is how Nexperia is helping ‘driving efficiency’ win.

Read more

Let us help you with product and design questions

Contact our technical support desk for your technical questions.

Get technical support