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DC-DC Power Converters Benefit from Thermal Management by Heat Sinks

Designed to keep DC-DC power converters running within their safe operating temperatures, these heat sinks ship pre-assembled with a layer of phase change thermal interface material to enhance heat transfer into the sink. All heat sinks come with three sets of screws in lengths of 5, 6 and 8 mm. The heat sinks’ pre-drilled hole patterns fit all major DC-DC converter designs.

ATS DC-DC Heat Sinks are designed to cool on PCB board mounted power supplies. The power supplies are traditionally known as "brick power supplies" and come in one-eighth, one-quarter, one-half,  and full size.

WEBINAR: “Selecting & Designing Liquid Cold Plates for Deployment in Electronic Systems” 6-23-22 2PM EST

The use of liquid cooling systems is becoming more practical and effective for managing skyrocketing increases in power dissipation. But how do you decide when you need to cool with liquid? How do you find the right liquid cooling system for your application? This webinar provides the best practices for implementing a liquid cooling system at the device level.

ATS’ Engineering eBook on Liquid Cooling will be provided to those who register. During the webinar, a download button will allow attendees to get the eBook.

This webinar is pre-recorded and presented by ATS founder and CEO, Dr. Kaveh Azar.

WHEN: June 23, 2022 2PM EST

ATS #Engineering #Webinar “How to Choose the Right Heat Sink Attachment for Component Packages of all Sizes and Shapes” 5-26-22 2PM EDT

Choosing the right heat sink is essential. So is HOW YOU ATTACH IT to your hot components? Learn about this important step in deploying a thermal management solution at our webinar “How to Choose the Right Heat Sink Attachment for Component Packages of all Sizes and Shapes”. Clips, push pins, tapes and other methods will be reviewed for popular SoC and SiP packages.

A handy technical reference sheet and white paper on attachment types will be provided to those who register through a download button during the online seminar.

Engineering Webinar on how to choose a heat sink attachment for any heat sink thermal management application, Thursday May 26., 2022 at 2PM EDT
Engineering Webinar May 26, 2022, 2PM EDT

This webinar is pre-recorded and presented by ATS Product Engineering Manager, Greg Wong. Q&A is an important part of both our Live and Pre-Recorded Webinars. Attendees can submit a question by clicking the floating question button in the bottom-right corner during the webinar on May 26. After the session, Greg will respond to each of your questions and follow up questions.

CPU Coolers with TDP at 160W+ and Thermal Resistance of .012

ATS fanless, straight-fin heat sinks maximize system airflow for passive cooling of CPUs in a wide range of devices. These fanless, straight-fin heat sinks maximize system airflow to reliably cool high-performance processors at a lower cost than using heat sinks with fans. When attached with the available backing plate, these rugged heat sinks are usable on a wide variety of CPUs in industrial and commercial applications. Works with Intel, AMD, Nvidia CPUs, GPUs.

Available worldwide through our distribution network.

See the whole family here: ATS Fanless CPU Coolers.

Talk to one of our engineers on if our fanless High Performance Coolers are a good fit for your application, email us at:

Electric Vehicle (EV) Webinars For Engineers

If you missed the April 5th webinar on EV Thermal Management, you are in luck! Both webinars were recorded and are now available at no cost to the thermal engineering community. Here is how to see them ~ everyone is invited!

(1) “Forecasts for Thermal Management Technologies in the Transportation Industry” – this is an excellent panel discussion on thermal management in EV. You do have to register for this pre-recorded webinar, but, there is no cost and you may view it at any time.

(2) “Electric Vehicle Battery Thermal Management” is also available. Attendees do not have to register, just click the link to attend now or at anytime in your time zone.

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