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12/12/2017

Liquid Cold Plates Provide Cooling for High-Power Electronics

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D6 Industries’ HydroTrak liquid cold plates are designed to better cool power electronics to optimize their performance and protect their valuable electronic systems.

D6 Industries’ HydroTrak liquid cold plates are designed to better cool power electronics, including the delicate electronics of finishing equipment, to optimize their performance and protect their valuable electronic systems.

The plates feature a custom tube profile designed for increased cooling surface area and heat conduction angles, improving heat-transfer dynamics. They can be customized to offer “geographically focused cooling” on high-heat areas on the mounting surface and can have parallel-cooling-path options to maintain thermal performance and fluid pressure, the company says. The plates are said to be well-suited for high-power resistors, insulated-gate bipolar transistors, silicon-controlled rectifier diodes and other high-power-density applications.

The plates come in standard 3", 4" and 6" widths, and standard lengths to 20".

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