Pin Fin heat sinks

  • 13-Sep-2017 04:46 EDT
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Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc.’s (ATS) (Norwood, MA) family of Pin Fin heat sinks is designed as cost-effective solutions for systems with adequate airflow. The high aspect ratio design enables ATS Pin Fin heat sinks to provide low thermal resistance from base to fins in systems where the airflow measures 200-plus linear feet per minute. The cross-cut design also allows the Pin Fin heat sinks to be effective in systems where the airflow is ambiguous. Made from extruded aluminum, these high-efficiency platform products are available in component sizes from 10 mm x 10 mm (0.39 in x 0.39 in) to 60 mm to 60 mm (2.3 in x 2.3 in). Custom and standard solutions are available and they all are suitable for spatially constrained designs. According to the company, the heat sinks are effective for cooling automotive and truck dashboard electronics. 

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