The world’s smallest cross-flow fan series

High performance miniature cross-flow fans from OLC Inc.

PLEASANTON, CA, UNITED STATES, April 4, 2022 / — OLC Inc., an American manufacturer of the world’s smallest cross-flow ventilators, has expanded its new X Series of the product and is available immediately. The X Series increases speed to 11,500 RPM, increases static pressure by 30% and doubles the volume of airflow. With this performance, one OLC fan can replace five small axial flow fans. Due to the use of fewer parts, in addition to achieving greater reliability, OLC products offer additional values ​​to its customers by reducing manufacturing and component costs.

OLC’s products offer unique and small-sized cross-flow fan, that is, tangential fan, allowing customers to design a variety of low-profile products, and turnkey modules widely used in critical and highly reliable electronic cooling, thermoelectric cooling/heating, micro air curtain, generating airflow and where space is limited.

The increasing airflow volume and pressure of the new X Series further expands its applications to greater heat or cold dissipation power. Due to its compact style, it is very beneficial for aerospace and scientific instruments as well as portable electronics. The X Series offers five models measured in length from its 1″ (25.4mm) to 5″ (127mm) air outlet with a single height of 23mm. With the built-in tachometer sensor, the X Series speed can be controlled by regulating 5VDC or 12VDC. It can also be controlled by PWM. The full ball bearing system supports continuous motor operation with a life expectancy of over 65,000 hours with RoHS compliance.

About OLC Inc:
OLC Inc. is a company dedicated to developing and manufacturing the world’s smallest crossflow ventilators for decades in the United States. Products have been used worldwide in communications, medical, aerospace, electronics and transportation industries, from startups to Fortune 100 companies. For more information, visit: www

Will Cannon
OLC Inc.
+1 408-921-9688
[email protected]

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