Air Conditioning

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Delphi's Internal Heat Exchanger Increases Cooling, Improves Fuel Economy

Delphi Automotive's latest air conditioning technology helps keep vehicles cool while reducing the amount of fuel needed by the HVAC system. The Delphi Internal Heat Exchanger (IHX) improves fuel economy due to a reduction in the amount of compressor power needed in current air conditioning systems.
20th September 2011

Delphi's HVAC Technology Helps Increase Efficiency, Cut Fuel Costs and Increase Range

Traditional air conditioning systems account for up to 5 percent of a vehicle's fuel usage each year. When added up, that is about 106 litres each year — a significant number considering high fuel prices and the current movement to make vehicles more environmentally friendly.
20th September 2011

Delphi's New Air Conditioning Technology Keeps Start/Stop and Hybrid Vehicle Cabins Cooler for Longer

With start-stop — or micro hybrid — vehicle sales expected to grow from about 3 million units this year to more than 37 million units by 2020, Delphi Automotive is developing air conditioning technology that saves energy without compromising cabin comfort.
20th September 2011


Airflow Technology Feeds New 3.6L Cadillac SRX

Airflow Technology Feeds New 3.6L Cadillac SRX
It wasn’t a breeze, but redesigning the air induction and exhaust systems in the 3.6L direct-injected V-6 engine helps give the 2012 Cadillac SRX the most standard power in its crossover segment.
2nd September 2011

Sensor signal readout IC with SENT interface

Sensor signal readout IC with SENT interface
With the E520.33, ELMOS introduces a sensor signal readout chip with a SENT interface. The digital SENT interface enables the chip’s use in next generation automotive control devices. The semiconductor is qualified according to AEC-Q100 and supports virtually any resistive sensor bridge.
30th August 2011

Delphi Introduces Air Conditioning Recharging Stations With a Patented Manifold for Efficient Refrigerant Recovery

Delphi Introduces Air Conditioning Recharging Stations With a Patented Manifold for Efficient Refrigerant Recovery
As the price of R134a refrigerant continues to rise, Delphi has introduced four air conditioning (A/C) recharging stations to its service portfolio that utilize an efficient method of recovering as much refrigerant from the car as possible to help garages lessen their refrigerant costs, all while helping to protect the environment. Each system features a patented aluminium manifold, which delivers efficient refrigerant recovery, enhanced leak protection, and easier assembly and access for quick, accurate recovery and recharging of both passenger and commercial vehicle thermal systems, including hybrid and electric vehicles.
10th August 2011

Compact test bench for vehicle AC compressors

The degree of climate comfort afforded by today’s air conditioning systems is outstanding. Electric and hybrid vehicles present entirely new challenges for air conditioning technology, because A/C comfort can directly affect potential range. The series production of electric refrigerant compressors for these vehicle types requires an extended testing process. This program includes performance and durability testing under realistic conditions for development, as well as testing for quality management. To make this possible, IPETRONIK Environmental Testing, Hamburg-based IPETRONIK business unit, has developed a compact compressor test bench to comfortably run standard test cycles for electrically driven refrigerant compressors, as they are commonly used for mechanically driven refrigerant compressors.
25th May 2011

Delphi's HVAC Technology Helps Increase Efficiency, Cut Fuel Costs and Increase Range

Traditional air conditioning systems account for up to 5 percent of a vehicle's fuel usage each year. When added up, that is about 28 gallons each year — a significant number considering rising fuel prices and the current movement to make vehicles more environmentally friendly.
27th April 2011


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