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The Selection and Use of Thermal Interface Material for Solid State Relay Applications Material for Solid State Relay Applications

Solid State Relays generate thermal energy during their on state conduction at approximately the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 watts per ampere of load current depending upon their design.
For reliable operation of the Solid State Relay, this energy must be dissipated into the surrounding air in order to maintain a safe operating temperature. The most common method to accomplish this dissipation to the air is through the use of a heat sink.
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Published: January 10, 2020 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 5 pages

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