coupling heat to a metal case
wb4jfi at knology.net
Tue Jul 3 17:34:58 CDT 2007
Radio shack sells the heat sink compound. It comes in a tube, part #
It's not as good as true silicone compund, but much easier to get.
----- Original Message -----
From: "hal feinstein" <hfeinstein at cox.net>
To: <tacos at amrad.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2007 6:30 PM
Subject: coupling heat to a metal case
> Here's another elusive construction question:
> I have a 500mw amplifier module for 2.5Ghz that can get a bit hot.
> I'd like
> to couple the heat to the case that houses it which is a metal ammo box.
> I plan to strap the module tight against the case but I remember the
> often put some kind of gump that facilitates heat transfer in
> situations like this.
> Any idea what the gump is or better yet, can you recommend a cleaner
> coupling method?
> --hal f.
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