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Automotive Vents

Describes Gore's adhesive vent performance options (High Durability Series, and High Airflow Series) for automotive electrical/electronic modules (e.g., control units, sensors, actuators or motors). Includes performance characteristics as well as design and dimensions.

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Automotive Vents

Describes the performance options (High Airflow and High Temperature) available in the Weldable Series for automotive electrical/electronic modules, (e.g. control units, sensors, actuators or motors). Includes performance characteristics as well as design and dimensions.

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Automotive Vents

Find out how GORE Acoustic Vents AVS 700 and AVS 701 can enhance the performance of exterior microphones used in vehicle sound monitoring and noise cancelation systems. These vents provide the consistent high-quality sound transmission these systems rely on. At the same time, these vents reliably protect exterior microphones from challenging on-road environmental conditions.

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Automotive Vents

Find out how GORE® Acoustic Vents AVS 700 and AVS 701 can deliver a new level of acoustic quality, along with life-of-vehicle durability, to exterior microphones in automotive noise-canceling or traffic-sensing systems. Includes product performance characteristics and specifications.

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Selecting the Right Vent to Extend the Lifetime of Electronic Components in Vehicles (668 KB) Selecting the Right Vent to Extend the Lifetime of Electronic Components in Vehicles

Automotive Vents

Learn how GORE® Automotive Vents extend the life of sensitive automotive electronics by reading the white paper.

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GORE<sup>®</sup> Automotive Vents - Electronics - Brochure

Automotive Vents

An overview of venting electronic components for hybrid, EV and combustion-powered vehicles. Charts quantify how GORE Automotive Vents protect against damage from thermal shock, altitude and temperature changes, and heat build-up. Scenarios include engine start-ups, driving, and aftereffects of engine shut-off.

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Automotive Vents

PPAP is integral to the IATF16949:2016 Quality System. It defines generic requirements for production part approval. It ensures that parts manufacturers, like Gore, document our capability to consistently meet your product specifications when manufacturing that product at quoted production levels.

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Automotive Vents

At Gore, our commitment is to deliver products that meet our customers’ expectations and are fit for their intended end-use. We commit to every customer that “our products will do what we say they will do" — and we stand behind that promise with our worldwide resources, expertise, and quality processes.

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Venting

NEMA Ratings and What They Mean

Technical Information

A critical aspect of vent selection begins with defining the level of protection your application, device or housing requires.

IP ratings cannot be “converted” to NEMA ratings, since NEMA requires additional testing not included in IP. However, there are minimum NEMA ratings that will meet or exceed a given IP code.

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Materials Technology: IP Ratings — Ingress Protection Classification

Venting

This document explains the format and classification of Ingress Protection (IP) ratings, according to the IEC 60529 standards.

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