Monthly Archives: October 2009
How to calculate input current required by a UV ballast Continue reading
TP-S3LS gap pads contain less than 50 parts per million of silicone while providing 3.0 W/mK of thermal conductivity between hot components and their heat sinks. Continue reading
Turn power off. Be sure that the irradiator and lamp have cooled before removing the lamp.
Disconnect all power and high voltage cable from the LIA. Continue reading
These 1 watt products feature continuous output short circuit protection – a critical safety feature that protects the load circuit and the converter from dangerously high current levels in ultra miniature packages Continue reading
blowers are designed to have a high output while running quiet with minimum energy input. The high efficiency designed motor allows only a ten degree temperature rise at its rated air output of 375 CFM at 0″ H2O Continue reading