Active Thermal Management’s Latest Cooling Systems Regulate Video Wall Temperatures
A pair of Active Thermal Management cooling systems provide thermal protection for today's video wall systems.
With well over a third of the 2018 CE Pro Top 100 integrators using its products, Active Thermal Management (ATM) is one of the most popular manufacturers in the thermal protection product category. Adding to its product line are two new Active Thermal Management cooling panels for video walls.
ATM's latest cooling products are specifically designed to cool video wall systems with restricted ventilation to help ensure increased display longevity.
CEO of Active Thermal Management Frank Federman points out the two products were developed to cool different size video walls.
"The Cool-wall I will be effective on walls of 300 to 1,000 watts, while the Cool-wall II is designed to cool walls in the 1,000 to 2,000-watt range," he explains.
ATM Panels Protect A Range of Systems
Federman also says the cooling panels can also be used for applications such as large commercial enclosures to provide professional integrations with added product flexibility.
The Valencia, Calif.-based manufacturer backs the products with five-year warranties, and it emphasizes the products are built for long-term 24/7 operation.
Some of the other product categories ATM addresses include video projection, equipment closets, freestanding cabinets, built-in cabinets, equipment racks and thermal switches.
Active Thermal Management Panel MSRPs:
- Cool-wall I part number is 00-702-00 (MSRP is $275)
- Cool-wal II part number is 00-703-00 (MSRP is $305)
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