Regulation for automotive cooling fan

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  1. sonda

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    Hi,
    i m looking for a temperature controll circuit which is suitable for a automobile cooling system fans.
    i need to controll 2 fans which each will draw 15A max. i need a circuit which can drive this two fans in low & high speed (according to the temp increase) or operate one fan in low temp & both at high temp.
    i did try some op amp circuits & didnt work at all. please advice me/ thanks in advance.
     
  2. wayneh

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    Can you post a schematic of what you tried? What components did you try?

    You need a temperature sensor, a comparator circuit supplied with a reference to determine the switching temperatures and then a power control circuit to control the fans.

    Is this for an automotive application?
     
  3. sonda

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    AUTOMATIC_FAN_CONTROLLER_CIRCUIT.GIF

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    Hi ,
    thanks for your response. yes this is for a automobile application. the 1st circuit i used that LM311 which was blown when i connect to power. the 2nd one works ok, but the problem is i cant make it for 2 settings.
     
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