Electronic Products & Technology

thermal management

November 12, 2019 by Adam Wells, Pfannenberg

Selecting the optimal thermal management technology

How to choose a cooling unit that protects electronics in a specific application
November 25, 2018 by Stephen Law

Environmentally protective fan is IP-68 approved

JARO THERMAL AQUAS environmentally protective fan is approved for IP-68 (rated) water and dirt protection. Units boast a super, powerful output of 123CFM, coupled with 1.1” of static pressure. Options and features include tachometer output, alarm output and PWM speed control.…
March 8, 2018 by Stephen Law

Pre-cured, single component silicon solution minimizes the mix

SHIN-ETSU SILICONES  CLG series single-component, pre-cured gap filler silicones improve resistance against pump-out for advanced thermal management electronics applications. Gap filler greases are simpler to use, requiring no mixing or use of a two-part meter-mix equipment system. Material does not…
January 31, 2018 by Stephen Law

Fin design on liquid cold plates boosts performance 30%

ADVANCED THERMAL SOLUTIONS High-performance liquid cold plates are constructed with a fin design that features an optimized aspect ratio, delivering more than 30% improvement in thermal performance compared to other commercially-available cold plates. Products are lightweight and compatible with industry-accepted…
January 26, 2018 by Stephen Law

Cooling units boost efficiency, deliver output range of 2 to 6kW

RITTAL Blue e+ series of cooling units enhances efficiency by 75% with an output class of 1.6 kW. Products improve performance in terms of connectivity, safety and handling. In addition to the CULUS listing, units also have a UL listing…
October 22, 2017 by Stephen Law

Circuit materials electrical, thermal/mechanical demands

ROGERS RO1200 circuit materials meet the electrical and thermal/mechanical demands of high-speed designs, helping to maximize data throughput and minimize latency. With a low dielectric constant (Dk) of 3.05 and a maximum dissipation factor of 0.0017 @10 GHz, products provide…
October 12, 2017 by Stephen Law

Thermal management materials get re-branded

LORD CoolTherm brand of thermal management solutions and technical services includes products that deliver customized materials that can help electric and hybrid vehicle manufacturers worldwide manage heat issues and increase power density. Product brand spans a variety of thermal management…
June 17, 2017 by Stephen Law

Heat sinks come in extruded, stamped versions

CUI Aluminum heat sinks are available in both extruded and stamped versions, are compatible with TO 218, TO 220, TO 252 and TO 263 transistor packages. Designed to improve the heat dissipation of low and high power board level applications,…
May 25, 2017 by Stephen Law

Customizable thermoelectric assemblies serve optical communications market

LAIRD ATC (Active Transceiver Cooler) Series of customizable thermoelectric assemblies (TEAs) provide thermal management in small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers, serving the optical communications market. Each unit contains a temperature sensitive laser diode and the ability to transmit data at…
December 23, 2016 by Stephen Law

Type 12 industrial filter fan is UL/cUL listed

HOFFMAN Type 12 industrial filter fans achieves UL/cUL listed certification under a new classification for electrical enclosure accessories. Products can be installed in seconds without the need for tools through an innovative Click-Fit design, as well as a new Easy…
December 5, 2016 by University of California – Riverside

UCR researchers discover new method to dissipate heat in electronic devices

Controlling the flow of heat through semiconductor materials is an important challenge in developing smaller and faster computer chips, high-performance solar panels, and better lasers and biomedical devices. For the first time, an international team of scientists led by a…
December 4, 2016 by Stephen Law

Thermal management market will continue growth

Based on rising increasing need for heat dissipation in electronic devices, says Grand View Research Inc.