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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
CLIP04 Newark / element14 ABL HEATSINKS Not Provided ABL HEATSINKS - CLIP04 -
HEATSINK National Microchip TO-220 Not Provided CLIP-ON
HEATSINK National Microchip W/CLIP Not Provided 1.235X1.300
CLIP4597TO3PFORUSEWITHKR70HEATSINK National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
CLIP04 ASAP Semiconductor ABL HEATSINKS Not Provided HEAT SINK CLIP; SVHC:No SVHC (19-Dec-2011); Material:Steel; Pack
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  • Silicone Rubber Thermal Interface Materials: Applications and Performance Considerations
    the transistor to the heatsink or it. +/- 1oC. The apparent thermal conductivity results are. may be mechanically attached with a screw or clip. compared to published values for competitive. Ideally, the TIM should not only electrically isolate. materials (Figure 2). The apparent thermal. the transistor
  • Computer Power User Article - The ArtMac
    by a positively architectural aluminum heatsink. Using needle-nose pliers, I wiggled the metal clips off the heatsink and pulled it from the processor daughtercard, a skinny little thing in comparison. I removed three Philips screws, and the daughtercard came off with a neat snap. The OWC upgrade card
  • Computer Power User Article - A Cool, Dry Place
    mean it s easier to keep Athlon 64-based systems cool with a basic heatsink and fan combination. Many enthusiasts even stick with AMD s stock PIB (processor-in-a-box) cooler because a higher-performing model isn t a necessity. Of course, though, it couldn t hurt to keep today s higher-clocked
  • The Heart of Your System: The Fan
    , with trade-offs in design goals associated with each one. CPU's may be cooled using either a passive heatsink or an active heatsink. Heatsinks for microprocessors are designed to dissipate heat through a maximum amount of surface space. A heat sink is usually placed directly on a heat source to draw the heat
  • LDO Thermal Considerations
    below 150°C. Air flow should be paral el with the fins in forced. ΘSA = (TJ – TAMAX)/PD – (ΘJC + ΘCS). convection cooled heat sink applications. A minimal. Θ. amount of forced air wil aid natural convection, so. SA = (150°C – 70°C)/1.62W –. (3.0°C/W + 1.5°C/W). heatsink orientation with respect

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