Products, Materials + Tools | Nov 18, 2011

Jaro's MR-16 Coolers Utilize Aerospace Fluid-Bearing Technology

Inspired by expertise from the Aerospace Industry, Jaro's new tightly-designed MR-16 LED coolers optimize longevity and temperature with a highly-efficient fluid-bearing structure. At speeds of up to 4200RPM±15%, these very quiet DC coolers provide a chilly, yet quiet air-flow of 1.850CFM (min.: 1.573 CFM). Specifically designed for LED cooling applications, these coolers are sized at 30mm x30mm x 7mm and operate from -20°C TO +90°C.

Due to a perfectly balanced design (where the vibration grade = G1- ISO 1940 standard), these coolers operate with miniscule levels of detectable vibration. By avoiding mechanical friction, JARO's AFB bearing  provides an impressive 70,000 hours of long life at 40°C.

Low Vibration Produces Virtually-Silent Operation:
In addition, less friction also offers a virtually-silent operation.  Operating at a quiet 18.6dB (max.:20.6dB(A)), these coolers are at the cutting edge of low-level-noise performance.

Aerospace-Based Technology:

As the cooler starts to rotate, a high quality aerospace grease lubricates the chamber from the outside of the bearing - moving in. This forms  a film between the shaft & bearing which greatly reduces friction & supports the rotating speed.

Thanks to the high quality of its' bearing technology, aerospace lubricant,  and in house oil-impregnation method, JARO plans to be the industry leader for LED cooling. The lead time for this model is 4-6 weeks and datasheets can be downloaded here.  For more information about these products, please visit the website at or contact Dennis Eisen ( 561-241-6700 x307).

About Jaro Thermal:
Jaro provides a wide range of products, including CPU cooler modules, blower fans, DC axial flow fans, and AC axial flow fans. Featuring award winning design and cutting-edge technology, Jaro Thermal's products meet the rigorous requirements of our customers and users, and are easily modified for varying applications and specifications.