Defense

Wide Array of Flow Switches Available

August 29th, 2016

Sika offers a wide array of flow instruments, including flow switches. Flow switch options include the VK300 Flow Switch, Trimmable Paddle for Insertion, the VK300 Flow Switch for Copper Pipes, a Flow Switch for Pool…read more

IC Coolers for Limited-Space Requirements

August 11th, 2016

Jaro’s new IC Coolers are ideal for limited-space requirements and designed with BGA, graphic, embedded processors and other IC packages in mind. They are intended for PCMCIA, PCI express cards, blade servers, and all hot…read more

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Fan-less Modular 600W PSU Announced

July 26th, 2016

Excelsys has recently announced the development of its CoolX600, a fan-less modular 600W power supply that is 215 x 115 x 40mm (8.5 x 4.5inch x 1U). CoolX600 can be populated with up to four…read more

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Visitors Encouraged to Visit New Website Launch

June 21st, 2016

(June 20, 2016) IMS has recently launched a newly redesigned website with improved functionality. The company’s mission to provide the electronics manufacturing industries with the highest quality devices and components is clearer, according to IMS,…read more

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Researchers May Have Solved the Problem of Thermal Resistance for ICs

May 23rd, 2016

(May 18, 2016) Researchers at Lockheed Martin are further exploring the idea of microspraying hot integrated circuits (ICs) to cool their thermal resistance problem. EETimes.com reported, “The efforts are focused on gallium-nitride (GaN) power amplifiers…read more

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Thin “Super-Flow Micro” Fan Offers 0.60cfm

May 18th, 2016

JARO has recently released their newest Micro-Fan available with 0.60cfm. The fan measures 17x17x4 mm (at 15,000rpm), and offers a static pressure  of 2.413 mm H2O, according to JARO. With operating voltages from 2.8 to…read more

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New Availability of Data Matrix Codes (DMCs)

May 9th, 2016

Rogers has announced that they can add data matrix codes (DMCs) to a wide range of metalized substrates, including direct-bonded-copper and active-metal-brazed substrates. The codes can be “text or numeric in form and encoded by…read more

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Graphene Nanoflakes Better Dissipates Electronics’ Heat

May 2nd, 2016

(April 29, 2016) Recently, a team of researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a more efficient approach to cooling electronics using graphene nanoflake-based film. According to E&T, the team performed “experiments…read more

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Potential Electronics Cooling Application of Carbon Nanotubes

April 25th, 2016

(April 21st, 2016) A technique has been found that could allow carbon nanotubes to be used in electronic cooling and as devices in microchips, sensors and circuits in the future. Phys.org reported that the technique…read more

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New Market Entry of Sealed Enclosure Coolers

April 11th, 2016

As their “first step” into the sealed enclosure cooling market, Advanced Cooling Technologies (ACT) has recently launched its HSC, HPC and LNC series of sealed enclosure cooler products. ACT said this about each of their…read more

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New Power Electronics Will Allow Army Vehicles’ Electronics to Operate at High Temperatures

April 4th, 2016

The US Army has awarded GE Aviation with a contract to develop silicon carbide-based power electronics that will allow high-voltage, next-generation ground vehicles to operate at higher temperatures. “The US Army’s implementation of [this technology…read more

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Registration for Thermal Conference Opens

March 21st, 2016

ITherm 2016 has now opened registration for the conference running from May 31 to June 3, 2016 at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. ITherm 2016 is the leading international conference for scientific and…read more

Cooling High-Powered Electronics with Tiny Drops of Water

March 21st, 2016

Lockheed Martin and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) want to cool high-powered microchips with microscopic drops of water. “A core team of Lockheed Martin engineers is working on a…read more

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NSA Finally Has a Plan for Their Superconducting Supercomputer

March 7th, 2016

The U.S. government has its eyes on “cryogenically cooled circuitry for tomorrow’s exascale computers,” reported Spectrum.IEEE.org, a dream over 50 years old. An electrical engineer of the NSA, Dudley Buck, “reported on his own work”…read more

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