That the LED has already established itself as the light source of the future in many areas is sufficiently well-known and hardly in doubt. Innovative heat dissipation concepts for cooling it are hence more urgently needed and sought-after than ever before to utilize its advantageous properties with true efficiency and for a particularly long service life. In this regard, Fischer is expanding its comprehensive LED cooling product range by three further active solutions. The product series LA LED 40x30, LA LED 50x20 and LA LED 50x45 consists of a pin heat sink and a round fan motor that has been specifically conceived for active LED cooling. The fan motor has a double slide bearing and is designed for the particular requirements of LED applications in terms of noise and service life. It is screwed to the top of the pin using internally threaded distance sleeves that are provided for this purpose. With their special arrangement and high number of pins, the compact pin heat sinks are designed for optimal air throughput. Thanks to the properties of their materials, their geometry and structure, these pin heat sinks are extremely efficient coolers for electronic components in free convection, but particularly also in forced convection. The aluminium alloy used (Al99,5) has very good heat conductivity. In addition, the manufacturing process serves to create a homogenous material arrangement and microstructure that follows the direction of the heat flow - all of which ensures fast and even heat distribution in the heat sink bottom and fins. The LEDs can be fastened to the pin heat sink with thermally conductive adhesive, double-sided thermally conductive foil, or screws. Mechanical treatments, custom designs and surface finishes can also be provided for your specific application.
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