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    Let Me Entertain You with Intelligent In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems

    In-car entertainment (ICE), also known as in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), is a system composed of electronic devices that provide audio, visual and audiovisual entertainment built into electronic vehicles (EVs). Today’s drivers want the same types of entertainment options ─ such as playing media on TV, CDs, DVDs, using surround sound ─ that are part of their homes or offices. Likewise, the installation of video game consoles as part of onboard entertainment is becoming increasingly popular. EV manufacturers are responding to the consumer by providing enhanced radio services and internet services within in-car entertainment systems.

    Complex Intelligent Onboard Systems Require Liquid Cooling Systems

    Just like other EV applications, such as smart headlights, collision avoidance, and navigation, these intelligent systems continue to pack more functionality into smaller, lighter weight footprints. Increasingly complex, denser systems lead to increased heat which requires thermal management. Heat fluctuation in IVI and other intelligent systems can cause degradation in performance, and even system failure. Liquid cooling the onboard entertainment and other intelligent systems allows each system to operate within a wide temperature range and deliver the best performance and user experience.

    5 Ways CPC Everis® Liquid Cooling Connectors Enhance Onboard Entertainment Liquid Cooling Systems

    1. Purpose-built for in-vehicle liquid cooling applications
    2. Compatible with variety of coolant fluids used by infotainment liquid cooling systems
    3. Withstand applicable environmental operating conditions wherever the in-car, onboard systems are being used
    4. Use a robust, redundant seal design that eliminates leaks that could affect electronic components
    5. Offer validation reports to verify reliable, reproducible performance
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    Optimize Onboard Entertainment with CPC Liquid Cooling QDs

    CPC’s purpose-built Everis connectors are being used to liquid cool onboard entertainment systems and EV accessory equipment. CPC is ready to support engineers and manufacturers in the design and development of liquid cooling systems for IVI and other in-vehicle intelligent applications. With our thermal management expertise and understanding of liquid cooling systems and fluid connections, we help customers deliver the best possible experience for the consumer by ensuring the performance of their onboard entertainment and other intelligent systems. CPC’s precision engineered Everis portfolio of quick disconnect couplings and connectors are optimized for use in in-vehicle infotainment liquid cooling systems.

    Use Everis QDs for Liquid Cooled ICE and IVI Systems

    Trusted Reliability

    CPC’s purpose built Everis liquid cooling connectors perform in blistering high to sub-zero low temperatures, wherever an onboard infotainment in an EV is installed. Everis QDs offer reliable fluid or coolant containment and withstand pressures ─ side load, flexing, tensile forces ─ during long periods of connection.

    Dependable Durability

    Engineered for various liquid cooling applications for onboard intelligent systems and in-car entertainment, Everis non-spill connectors deliver optimized flowrates with excellent flow to size ratio for superior performance. CPC Everis quick disconnects feature a valve design that is precision engineered for extended connection time and is compatible with a wide variety of system coolants. With robust redundant seals, CPC Everis QDs easily tolerate use pressures without compromising the valve or seals, eliminating potential exposure of crucial EV electrical components near or below the liquid cooling loop to fluids.

    Overall Robustness

    No matter the liquid cooling system specifications, CPC Everis liquid cooling QDs come in an expanding variety of sizes, termination options and materials including nickel plated brass, stainless steel, aluminum, PPSU and other high-performance polymers. Everis quick disconnect configurations include blind mate, latched, straight and elbow styles with standard EPDM seals and seal options including FKM and FVMQ.

    All Everis liquid cooling QD solutions are rigorously tested ─ including materials testing, product testing and torture testing to failure ─ to meet product specifications. To prove the point, CPC provides associated product validation reports so system designers can test and verify reliable, reproducible performance in their applications.

    Straightforward Serviceability

    CPC latched Everis connectors are designed for ease in liquid cooling system serviceability, including drip-free non-spill disconnections for safer and efficient system repair. With tight space restrictions in EVs, blind mate or swivel joint QDs make it easy to install or connect the cooling loop component of the liquid cooling systems used by the intelligent, in-car systems, like onboard entertainment. The simple-to-use thumb latch provides both ease and speed of installation and system maintenance.

    Ask a CPC Liquid Cooling Engineer

    Need to find the right fluid connector for the liquid cooling system for your in-vehicle electronic applications, ask one of our thermal management experts.

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