SynJet Spot Light Cooler From Nuventix Now Available in US

Date Announced: 12 May 2010

Austin, TX –– Nuventix, Inc., innovator of SynJet® thermal management solutions, continues to dominate the market for active cooling solutions for LED lighting with U.S. availability of the SynJet Spot Light Cooler. From LIGHTFAIR this week, Nuventix is also showing off the next generation of its groundbreaking technology.

The new SynJet Spot Light Cooler provides the highest lumen output in the smallest form factor on the market at the lowest cost per lumen. The SynJet Spot Light Cooler is the perfect size for track and directional downlight applications as small as 75mm in diameter, specifically window displays in retail, commercial and general lighting schemes. The innovative design enables 2000 lumens in a small profile, offers silent operation, over 100K hours of lifetime cooling and the highest possible energy efficiency for a thermal cooling solution. The SynJet LED Cooler suits a multitude of light engines and is seeing adoption from leading companies such as Bridgelux, Citizen, Osram, Philips, Vossloh-Schwabe and Xicato. The new LED cooler will be on display at LIGHTFAIR 2010, May 12-14 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, booth #2401.

Also on display, the second generation module builds upon the inherent strengths of its patented predecessor, SynJet technology. Nuventix customers will realize as much as 75% power reduction in products utilizing SynJet, along with increased thermal performance and lower acoustics. The new SynJet provides the same 100K hours of reliability at the same size. The air-cooled, quiet and fanless SynJet products are the most reliable and flexible membrane cooling solution for products in the LED lighting, consumer electronics, telecommunications, and automotive spaces. Nuventix’ superior thermal management products dissipate heat in complex electronic applications that push the limits of today’s cooling technology.

“More than 30 different exhibitors showed SynJet cooled Luminaires at the Light+Building event in Europe last month. This vividly demonstrated the broad adoption of SynJet cooling in the LED lighting industry,” said Jim Balthazar, CEO, Nuventix. “Our new SynJet Spot Light Cooler, along with advancements made to our technology, are just two more reasons why SynJet technology is clearly the accepted cooling component for the mainstream LED lighting industry.”

Vrinda Bhandarkar, senior market research analyst with Strategies Unlimited had this to say: “Innovative thermal management solutions will expedite the design process, improve the reliability and performance of LED lighting products, and thus assist in accelerating the adoption of LED lighting. This rapidly growing market is moving into high lumen output applications. These high-wattage applications need thermal management strategies which can be addressed effectively by active cooling methods such as the one offered by SynJet technology from Nuventix.”

How SynJet Technology Works
The SynJet module creates turbulent air-jets that can be directed precisely to locations where thermal management is needed for industrial spot or chip cooling requiring high reliability and flexible form-factor implementations.

The SynJet flow enhances mixing near the heated surfaces to yield more effective heat transfer compared to conventional air movers. The SynJet flow is created using Nuventix’ patented actuator technology and proprietary packaging expertise.

The result is highly turbulent, high-heat transfer-coefficient air flows located directly where they are needed inside a product, providing system and spot level cooling.

About Nuventix
Nuventix is revolutionizing active thermal management of consumer electronics, LED lighting, medical, telecommunications, automotive and other electronics with patented, highly adaptable, quiet and reliable cooling devices that efficiently – and directly – dissipate heat from any surface. The patented SynJet electronics cooling technology enables the most reliable and flexible air cooling solutions available today. The Austin, TX-based company is venture-backed and led by an experienced team of senior executives with a breadth of experience building and leading thermal and startup companies to success. More information can be found at www.nuventix.com.

Contact
Starr Million Baker INK Public Relations for Nuventix (512) 382-8981

E-mail:starr@ink-pr.com

Web Site:www.nuventix.com

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