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The Sunon DR Maglev Motor Fan uses the Maglev technology and incorporates new design features to increase dust resistance and prevent oil leakage.

According to the company, after eight years of development and testing, the Sunon DR Maglev Motor Fan is being introduced with four advantages: better oil leak prevention, better dust resistance, higher reliability and a longer life expectancy.

The two design concepts of DR Maglev development are Blanked and Seamless (BandS) Technology and Seal and Clip (SandC) Design.

These designs bring three efficiencies to extend fan life.

First, SandC Design provides high resistance to dust invasion and extends motor life.

Second, the one-piece structure with the BandS Technology and the SandC Design prevents oil leakage.

Third, the SandC Design can prevent the stator and impeller from falling off and help reduce noise that is caused by stator and impeller movement after a period of usage.

The design is intended to improve life expectancy and reliability.

Sunon was founded in 1980 and has always upheld the philosophy of “Brand, Innovation, and Value” for their business operations. Over the years, Sunon has continuously focused on developing and making innovations for their core motor technology, leading the industry in product trends for motors, cooling fans, and cooling modules.

 

Today, Sunon is the worldwide leader in precision motors and micro miniature fans, and is widely recognized by the industry as the designated partner for various multinational corporations. Sunon products are widely used in various applications and industries such as information technology, network communications, optoelectronics, and automobile electronics industries, as well as in industrial production equipment, medical equipment, home applications, OA machines, and others.

 

Sunon R&D team consists of over 400 engineers aiming to expand the optimized performance and unlimited possibilities for motor applications with the core motor technology. Up to the end of 2008, Sunon received 1367 patent approvals from dozens of countries. In an article in the Technology Review magazine published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sunon is ranked 48th worldwide for technological strength in the field of computing. Sunon is also the only manufacturer specializing in cooling motors and fans to be ranked worldwide.

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