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New phase change thermal management material (PCM) from the syringe (PCM 35/55 ...)

Failures of electronic devices due to excessive thermal loads can often be traced back to inadequate thermal management.

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The steadily increasing trend towards packaging forms suitable for automatic machines is unbroken. As a result the inquiries and orders for...

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Various electronic devices which belong to one product series but are offered in different case sizes due to the electronic components installed in...

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Fischer Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG is expanding the heatsink product range with twelve new skived fin solutions from the KSK 1 to 12 series for forced...

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A form of packaging suitable for machines plays an increasingly important role in the area of ​​connectors. Not just bar magazines, but increasingly...

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The diverse range of applications of electronic assemblies and electronic components requires enclosures with a special design and various functional...

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So-called circuit board heatsinks for lock-in transistor retaining springs are very often used for greater power losses of electronic components that...

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In order to ensure increased stability and secure contact with larger board-to-board spaces, Fischer Elektronik has created a new series of male...

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The single-board computer Raspberry PI is available in many different designs now. The market also leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to...

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New thermal interface materials

It is well known that air inclusions and device differences make the thermal contacting of different devices considerably more difficult, e.g. when...

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