Monthly Archives: January 2010

Standard heat pipe to increase working size in cold plate

Most times engineers will look at the standard 30cm length of heat pipe and dismiss using it in an application because their working distance is beyond 30 cm. Continue reading

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Meeting contract flow down % goals with transformer supplier for: Small HUBZone business, and women-owned small business

A lot of times it is difficult finding high quality reliable suppliers of transformers / inductors and still meet the flow down plans distinct goals for small, small disadvantaged, small HUBZone, WOB (women-owned small), veteran-owned small, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. Continue reading

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Class II LED Power Supplies with 277 VAC input

in many existing buildings that have dedicated electrical panels for lighting these are rated at 277VAC. In these installations LED lighting is typically not replacing all of the existing lighting. This means in these in cases in order to use these LED drivers you need a new circuit to supply 120VACVAC and a Continue reading

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8 Liquid Cooling Methods For High Power Energy Storage Devices

Large scale solutions for energy storage present a new challenge regarding the heat produced and its effect on batteries and capacitors used for energy storage. Continue reading

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