Heat sinks for solid state switching

These heat sinks come with DIN rail, panel and through-wall mounting, and options for single or multiple SSR assemblies.

01/19/2015


These heat sinks come with DIN rail, panel and through-wall mounting, and options for single or multiple SSR assemblies. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziThese heat sinks are used for solid state switching solutions for a variety of applications and for resistive and inductive switching/motor control. They come with a wide variety of sizes. Different mounting methods are available such as DIN rail, panel, and through-wall mounting, and options for single or multiple SSR assemblies. Thermal resistance ranges from 4 C per Watt to 0.12 C per Watt. Other technical features include: options for fan attachments and optimization for use with RM, RS, RA, RZ, and RGS series.

Carlo Gavazzi

www.GavazziOnline.com



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