Grill Shutter Actuator
The actuator is currently the only drive system that meets the high requirements and standards of the automobile manufacturers. The engine systems consist of a transmission, electric motor, software, and interface electronics. The actuator controls the automatic air flap systems in the front section of passenger vehicles. The intelligent flap air system controlled the heat management of vehicles. To ensure that engines warm to operating temperatures more quickly, the air flaps remain closed during the cold start phase. This serves to significantly reduce emissions. The closed flaps prevent air from entering the engine compartment during driving, which leads to reduced air resistance. In response, the vehicles use less fuel, which also reduces the CO2 emissions. The actuator opens and closes the fins. Controllable air flaps are used not only in internal combustion engines, but also in electric vehicles. The actuator was developed to be used in vehicles and abides by all quality standards. Modifications are always possible after discussion with the car manufacturers.
A combined pump and motor. The pump motor is made of special materials that can withstand the stress from a vehicle. It is installed in the tank and brings the fuel into the engine. This pump motor provides that the fuel goes where it is supposed to go.
LED headllamps are proving to be more and more useful in vehicles due to their low energy consumption and longevity. Although LEDs give off less heat than conventional bulbs, they still need to be cooled. To make sure that the high-power LEDs always remain cool, an LED fan was developed. The fan mixes the warm air from the LEDs with the cooler air within the headlamp system.
Electrical Linear Actuator
The electrical linear actuator ensures that the headlamp are always fixed in an exact position. Depending on the load case of the vehicle, the actuator raises and lowers the light cone. The actuator also provides for better illumination while driving around curves (adaptive lightsystem).