smace at intt.net
Mon Jan 12 00:31:27 EST 2009
I've seen Datum clocks of various sorts with these just mounted to the
chassis, no special heatsink, especially the 1RU units.
On 01/11/2009 10:13 PM, Glenn Little WB4UIV wrote:
> I have a LPRO-101. Before I power it up, I have been advised to use a heatsink.
> How large of a heatsink do I need?
> I found an extruded heatsink in the junk box.
> This heatsink has fins about 0.50 inches high.
> The width is 2.375 inches wide.
> It is 8.125 inches long.
> I plan to cut this heatsink in half giving me two 4.0 inch pieced.
> I plan to bolt each piece to the bottom of the LPRO-101, using the
> six mounting holes, three per heatsink.
> Would this be sufficient heatsink?
> Thanks in advance.
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