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  1. 1. EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONEMP Thermal System CapabilitiesThermal System Development and Example ProposalPrepared By: Mark BaderApril 28, 2011
  2. 2. April 2011Page 2 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comCompany Overview• Established 1981• Current Employment ~500• Facilities:• Plant I & II (Escanaba, MI): Precision Machining• Plant III (Greenfield, IN): Assembly• Product Launch Facility (Escanaba, MI): Dev. & Assy.• Test Facility (Escanaba, MI)• Europe Sales Manager & Distributors• TS 16949 and ISO9001:2008 Certified• Current OEM Customers:• Caterpillar, International, Sauer Danfoss, John Deere, Cummins, DDC/Freightliner, Volvo/Mack,Eaton, Borg Warner, NewFlyer, NABI, Gillig, Orion, Misc.• Services:• Thermal Systems, Electrified Components, Precision Machining, Complex Assembly, Developmentfrom Concept to Production• Key Awards:• 2001, 03, 04 Design News Award for Electric Pump, Advanced Filter, Electric Thermostat/Valve• 2001 Michigan Manufacturer of the Year, 2005 R&D Excellence in Business Award
  3. 3. April 2011Page 3 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Manufacturing and QualityQuality Support• Precision Machining – Low & High Volume• State-of-the-Art VMC, HMC & Lathes• 3, 4 and 5 Axis Machining• Robotics for High Volume Production• Dedicated Process Development Area• Complex Assembly – Low & High Volume• State-of-the-art Pokeoke systems• Robotics for High Volume• Quality System• QS9000 Certified since 1998, TS in 2004• Computer Based SPC• CMM’s with CNC control• Metallurgical Lab
  4. 4. April 2011Page 4 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comHistoric Perspective: Vehicle Thermal System ProgramsOEM Production Electric CoolingSystem for Transit 200820101998
  5. 5. April 2011Page 5 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP CapabilitiesAnalysis Capabilities: Validation Capabilities:• Mechanical/Hydraulic/Electric • Vibration• Primary and Secondary Systems • Thermal Shock• Thermal System Analysis • Pressure Cycling•Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) • Corrosion• Pro-E CAD • Software Validation• Thermal System Software Production Capabilities:Prototype Capabilities: • ISO Certified• CNC Machining • Assembly• Sheet Metal Fabrication • CNC Machining• Welding • Inspection• Wiring harness Fabrication Proven Components• Rapid Prototyping (SLS) • FansTesting Capabilities • Thermal System Controllers• Heat Exchanger Performance • Heat Exchangers• Vehicle Fit-up • Wiring Harnesses• Vehicle Testing and System Calibration • Temp Sensors
  6. 6. April 2011Page 6 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comDedicated Product Launch with 31+ Engineers/TechsDesign & Analysis PrototypingPerformance Testing Validation & ReliabilityVehicle Installs & Testing
  7. 7. April 2011Page 7 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP COMPONENTS
  8. 8. April 2011Page 8 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: WP29 Water PumpFEATURES: • Fully controllable or single speed• High Efficiency• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Brushless, Sensorless Motor• Corrosion and Water Resistant• Long Life• Compact• Ease of Integration• Quiet• CAN Capable• E-Mark CertifiedController • Current Limit ProtectionSpecifications: • Over Temp Protection• Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse Battery ProtectionPump • Ø1” Inlet/Outlet connection • Ignition EnableSpecifications: • -40 to 95° C Operating Range • CAN I/O• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • Selectable CAN Address/Thermistor• All Aluminum Outer Housing • 25 Amps Continuous @ 12 V, 95° C• 6.5 Lbs • 20 Amps Continuous @ 24 V, 95° C• Stainless Steel Impeller • 9 – 32 VDC Range• DTP06-4S-E003 Power Connector• DTM06-6S-E007 CAN Connector
  9. 9. April 2011Page 9 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: F-11 Fan and controllerFEATURES: • Fully controllable or single speed• High Efficiency• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Brushless, Sensorless Motor• Sealed & Fully Submersible• Long Life• Compact• Pusher or Puller Configurations• Customer Specified LeadLengths• CAN Capable• Locked Rotor Protection• Finger Guard Option Available Controller • Current Limit ProtectionFan Specifications: • Over Temp ProtectionSpecifications: • Ø11” Blade • Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse Battery Protection• -40 to 95° C Operating Range • Ignition Enable• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • CAN I/O• All Aluminum Outer Housings • Selectable CAN Address/Thermistor• 9.0 Lbs (including controller) • 25 Amps Continuous @ 12 V, 95° C• Glass Filled Plastic Blade • 20 Amps Continuous @ 24 V, 95° C• 20,000 Hour Life • 9 – 32 VDC Range• Fully Reversible • DTP06-4S-E003 Power Connector• IP69k Rated • DTM06-6S-E007 CAN Connector
  10. 10. April 2011Page 10 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: FiL-11 FanFEATURES: • Fully controllable or single speed• Locked Rotor Protection• Sealed & Fully Submersible• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Brushless, Sensorless Motor• Programmable Reversal• Temperature Switch Input• Closed Loop Temperature Control*• Pusher or Puller Configurations• Integrated Controller• Motor and Controller Diagnostics• Finger Guard Option Available• E-Mark Certified Controller • Current Limit ProtectionFan Specifications: • Over Temp ProtectionSpecifications: • Ø11” Blade • Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse Battery Protection• -40 to 95° C Operating Range • Ignition Enable• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • EMP-Link™ I/O• All Aluminum Outer Housings • Selectable EMP-Link™ Address• 8.5 Lbs (including controller) • PWM Input with Tach Output• Glass Filled Plastic Blade • 25 Amps Continuous @ 12 V, 95° C• 20,000 Hour Life • 20 Amps Continuous @ 24 V, 95° C• IP69k Rated • 9 – 32 VDC Range* When used with uTMC or TMC • Delphi Mixed MP 480/150 Connector
  11. 11. April 2011Page 11 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: Thermal System Controller (TMC)FEATURES: • Controls slave controllers via; CAN, PWM, or EMP-LinkTM• Capable of controlling as many as 30 components (20 E-Link, 10 CAN)• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Closed-loop control on 2 different temperature sensors or 1temp and 1 pressure• Configurable through CAN or EMP-LINK™ With ServiceTool• Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse Battery Protection• Diagnostic Capable – Fault HistoryData Storageand Reporting: • 63 Histogram parameters• 16 Events• 16 Time Activities• 8 AccumulatorsSpecifications: • 9 – 32 VDC Range • IP67 Rated• -40 to 95° C Operating Range • 512k Flash, 32k RAM, 32k NVM Processor• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • DTM06-12SA-E007 Connector• Duetsch Box (nylon) • 300 μA Quiescent Current Draw• 7.8 oz. • 250 mA Current Draw
  12. 12. April 2011Page 12 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: Thermal System controller (TMC)• Data Storage and Reporting• 63 Histogram Channels: % time at eachincrement– Example: fan time at each speed• 16 Events: counts of an event– Example: fan turning on or off• 16 Time Activities: total time for aparameter– Example: how long a fan is on• 8 Accumulators: total of a parameter– Example: total fuel used during life ofvehicleEngine Coolant Temp Distribution0.00%2.00%4.00%6.00%8.00%10.00%12.00%14.00%16.00%18.00%20.00%75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 101 103Coolant Temp (C)PercentofOperationHours Per Bus0500100015002000250030008512 8514 8515 8516 8517 8518 8519 8520Bus NumberHours
  13. 13. April 2011Page 13 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: Micro Thermal System controller (μTMC)FEATURES: • Controls slave controllers via; PWM, or EMP-LinkTM• Capable of controlling as many as 10components• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Closed-loop control on 2 different temperaturesensors or 1 temp and 1 pressure• Configurable through EMP-LINK™ With ServiceTool• Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse BatteryProtection• Diagnostic Capable – Fault HistorySpecifications: • 9 – 32 VDC Range• -40 to 95° C Operating Range• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • 62k Flash, 2k RAM• Duetsch Box (nylon) • DTM06-12SA-E007 Connector• 7.8 oz. • 300 μA Quiescent Current Draw• IP67 Rated • 250 mA Current Draw
  14. 14. April 2011Page 14 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: P450 AlternatorFEATURES: • Complete Brushless Design• Stationary Field Windings• Aluminum Components are either A356T6(permanent mold) or 360 (die-cast)- Low Cu Content (corrosion resistant)- Good Strength- Good Thermal Conductivity• Oversized full complement sealed ballbearings• Unique Lamination feature allowsimproved cooling• Designed for severe applications• Intake air management system requiresapprovalSpecifications: • Operational Speed: 1800 to 6500 RPM• Amps: 280A @ idle, 450A @ 5000 RPM •Storage Temperature: -40 to 125C• Turn On Speed: 1250 RPM •Weight: 100 lbs• Rotation: CW or CCW •Dimension: 10.25”D x 16.00” L•Ambient Temperature: -40 to 95C •Mount: Pad•Intake Temperature: -40 to 80C •Negative Ground (not isolated)
  15. 15. April 2011Page 15 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP P450: 12kW Remote Power Pack (RPP)Drive shaft fromVehicle PTO driveFront ofVehicle• Ideal solution for applications thatrequire large electrical power but noroom for additional/larger alternatorunder the hood.• Mounting – Bolts to the vehicle’sframe rail behind PTO driveAssembly or where applicable• Simple and Effective – Drive Powerprovided by vehicle’s Power Take Off(PTO).• Reliable – Will provide several yearsof service without maintenance• Corrosion Resistant – Will surviveharsh road environments; MagnesiumChloride, Road Salt, ICE-Be-Gone,etc.
  16. 16. April 2011Page 16 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comEMP Components: OP35/45 Oil PumpFEATURES: • Fully controllable or single speed• High Efficiency• 12 or 24 Volt Models• Brushless, Sensorless Motor• Sealed & Fully Submersible• Long Life• Compact• Customized End Cover ForConnections (Flange Mount Shown)• Customer Specified Lead Lengths• CAN Capable• Locked Rotor ProtectionController • Current Limit ProtectionSpecifications: • Over Temp ProtectionPump • Gerotor Pumping Technology • Transients/Short Circuit/Reverse Battery ProtectionSpecifications: • 3.5/4.5 Gal/min @ 80 psi • Ignition Enable• -20 to 100° C Operating Range • CAN I/O• -50 to 125° C Storage Range • Selectable CAN Address/Thermistor• All Cast Aluminum Outer Housings • 25 Amps Continuous @ 12 V, 95° C• 6.5 Lbs • 20 Amps Continuous @ 24 V, 95° C• 6.8” x 4.6” x 3.8” • 9 – 32 VDC Range• TBD Hour Life • DTP06-4S-E003 Power Connector• Fluid Type (ATF to SAE15W-40) • DTM06-6S-E007 CAN Connector
  17. 17. April 2011Page 17 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comOP35 Electric Oil Pump: BAE Hybrid Drive
  18. 18. April 2011Page 18 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comThermal System Examples
  19. 19. April 2011Page 19 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comMini-Hybrid for Transit BusApplication: Replaces standard hydraulic or mechanicalcooling system on Transit busHardware: 8 to 10 FiL-11 fans, μTMC system controller,aluminum bar/plate radiator, fabrications, air and coolanttemperature sensors and system wire harness. There is aversion for diesel, CNG and hybrid drivesFunctionality: The kit controls fan speeds based on a coolantthermistor CAC air thermistor, CAN communication with vehicle,engine and transmission (or hybrid drive) There is a built in fanreversal and a staggered fan start for improved temperaturestability. Diagnostics are output using an LED mounted on thekit. There is a connector for PC service tool interface fordiagnostics and calibrationBenefits to Customer: Reduced noise because of variablespeed, increased fuel economy from eliminating the mechanicalfan, ambient temperature control of engine compartment,improved temperature control of coolant increases enginereliability, diagnostics, reduced radiator clogging because ofreversal scheme.Summary:
  20. 20. April 2011Page 20 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comTK3/TK4 for Stationary Industrial ApplicationsApplication: General radiator applications ranging from stationaryindustrial applications to vehicle primary JW coolingHardware: 3 or 4 FiL-11 fans, μTMC system controller, aluminumbar/plate radiator, fabrications, air and coolant temperature sensors andsystem wire harness. There is a version w/o the radiator available forretrofit to existing coolers.Functionality: The kit controls fan speeds based on a coolant thermistorand an ambient air thermistor. There is a built in fan reversal and astaggered fan start for improved temperature stability. Diagnostics areoutput using an LED mounted on the kit. There is a connector for PCservice tool interface for diagnostics and calibrationBenefits to Customer: Reduced noise because of variable speed,increased fuel economy from eliminating the mechanical fan, ambienttemperature control of engine compartment, improved temperature controlof coolant increases engine reliability, diagnostics, reduced radiatorclogging because of reversal scheme, lever vent radiator cap for safety, airpurge safety feature removes any hazardous gases from the shack prior tomaintenanceSummary:
  21. 21. April 2011Page 21 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comOK6 Oil Cooler for Hybrid Transit BusApplication: Electronics cooling on AllisonHybrid Transit bus applicationHardware: 6 FiL-11 fans, μTMC systemcontroller, aluminum bar/plate oil cooler,fabrications, oil temperature sensor and systemwire harnessFunctionality: The kit controls fan speedsbased on an oil thermistor. There is a staggeredfan start for improved temperature stability andreduced fan cycling in cold weather.Diagnostics are output using an LED mountedon the dash of the bus. The EMP link from theμTMC is routed to the rear 9 pin connector forPC service tool interfaceBenefits to Customer: Reduced noisebecause of variable speed, staggered fan startresults in reduced fan cycling and improvedtemperature control, diagnostic output from LEDand PC tool ensures that nobody has to crawlon the roof to check functionality of the kitSummary:
  22. 22. April 2011Page 22 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comMotor and Electronics Cooling for BAE Transit Bus Hybrid DriveApplication: Cooling of electronics and drive systemfor BAE Series Hybrid ApplicationsHardware: 2 FiL-11 fans, WP29 water pump (withCM20 board), aluminum bar/plate heat exchanger,degas bottle, coolant temperature sensor, level senseswitch and system wire harnessFunctionality: The kit reads in the coolanttemperature via the WP29 pump. This temperature isbroadcast via J1939 to the customer who then tells thepump what speed to run via J1939. The customer alsocontrols the fan speed using PWM input and monitorsthe fan speed using speed feedback output. There isan active degas system contained in the kit and a floatswitch to tell the customer when the fluid level is low.Benefits to Customer: Precise temperature controlusing variable speed WP29 and FiL-11, accuratetemperature measurement and reporting via J1939,high heat rejection for a small package size, degas loopsimplifies filling procedure, 16 psi pressure cap ensuresadequate cooling at higher elevations (possiblebecause of fabricated degas bottle)Summary:
  23. 23. April 2011Page 23 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comOK1/OK2 Oil Coolers for Transmission and Hydraulic CoolingApplication: Engine, Transmission and Hydraulic Oil coolingHardware: F-11 fan(s), aluminum bar/plate heat exchanger, fabricatedshroud, coolant temperature sensor, C20/CM20 controller(s) and systemwire harnessFunctionality: The kit reads in the oil temperature via the CM20controller. This temperature can be broadcast via J1939. The fan speedis controlled based of the oil temperature. There is a reverse at startupand also a timed reversal to prevent cloggingBenefits to Customer: Precise temperature control using variablespeed fans, accurate temperature measurement and reporting viaJ1939, high heat rejection for a small package size, built in bypass toprotect the core during cold weather, reversal routine has helped reducedowntime for heat exchanger cleaning in forestry equipmentSummary:
  24. 24. April 2011Page 24 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comTK1 for Electronics and Aux Engine CoolingApplication: Hybrid electronics cooling, engine auxiliary coolingHardware: F-11 fan, WP29 pump, high performance aluminum tube/fin heatexchanger, fabricated shroud, coolant temperature sensor, CM20 controller,degas bottle and system wire harnessFunctionality: The kit reads in the coolant temperature via the CM20controller. The fans speed is controlled based of the coolant temperature. TheWP29 is On/Off. There are some versions of the kit that use SPAL fans foron/off operationBenefits to Customer: Precise temperature control using variable speedfan, high heat rejection for a small package size, high flow in restrictivesystems from WP29 pump, options for installation hardware, degas bottles,etcSummary:
  25. 25. April 2011Page 25 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comMack/Volvo Refuse Vehicle Auxiliary CoolerApplication: Auxiliary JW cooling of high horsepower cab over refusevehiclesHardware: F-11 fans, fabricated shroud, C20 controllersFunctionality: The C20 controllers monitor the engine coolanttemperature via J1939. The fans turn on/off based on the J1939temperature. The 2007 application only turns this cooler on as a lastresort when coolant temperature is above a certain temp. For the nextgeneration, variable speed is being consideredBenefits to Customer: The customer needed high airflow to providethe auxiliary cooling for 2007 engine. The J1939 communication made aclean install. For the next generation, variable speed is beingconsidered to help keep the main engine fan off for noise reduction andpossible slight fuel economy gains. Keeping the main engine fan off willalso keep the cabs warmer in the winter because the mechanical fansucks the heat out of the cab when it runs. The next generation mayswitch to FiL-11 for cost savings.Summary:
  26. 26. April 2011Page 26 EMP PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONCopyright © 2009 EMP | 2701 N 30thSt. Escanaba, MI 49829 (906)-789-7497 | www.emp-corp.comOver the Road Truck Remote AC SystemApplication: Remote AC kit used for over the road truckswith sleeper cabsHardware: 2 12V FiL-11 fans, 2 AC condensers, fabricatedshroud, TMC controller, system wire harnessFunctionality: The FiL-11 fans are controlled usingpressure sensors located on each condenser outlet line. TheTMC takes in both pressures and determines which fan runsand the speed the fan runs.Benefits to Customer: Fuel economy is the key driver forthis test. PACCAR measured 75% reduction in mechanicalfan run time at idle and 23% reduction in mechanical fan runtime using the Wal-Mart specific urban drive cycle. The heatrejection of the engine cooling pack was improved byoffloading the AC requirements. The reduction in mechanicalfan operation reduced the noise produced. The variablespeed FiL-11 fans also reduced the noise produced by theAPU condenser fan compared to the on/off brushed fan thatwas previously run full speed whenever the compressor wasrunning.Summary:
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