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March 2013

New Heat Sinks Drastically Increase the Thermal Performance of DC-DC Converters


norwood, ma, march 10, 2013 -- advanced thermal solutions, inc. (“ats”) has launched a new product line of maxiflow™ heat sinks, specifically designed for cooling standard eighth, quarter, half and full brick dc-dc converters for oem’s, industrial and process controls, distributed power, medical, ate, communications, defense, and aerospace applications.

ats’ patented maxiflow™ technology is proven to be the most efficient bga heat sink technology on the market. the same technology is now available for cooling eighth, quarter, half and full brick dc to dc converters. unlike other converter heat sinks, the patented maxiflow™ heat sink design reduces pressure drop and provides greater surface area, increasing thermal performance by 30-200%.



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each heat sink is provided pre-assembled with a layer of chomerics t766 phase change thermal interface material, which enhances heat transfer from the brick to the heat sink. all heat sinks are gold anodized and come with three sets of screws, 5, 6 and 8 mm in length for a range of attachment options.

depending on the external system components of a power module, a dc-dc converter can range in efficiency, cost, and capability. power output ratings are based on circuit design margins, heat transfer and heat flow. the new line of maxiflow™ heat sinks optimize dc-dc converter modules by increasing thermal performance and ensuring long term product reliability in electronic systems.

to learn more about maxiflow™ brick dc-dc converter heat sinks, please visit www.qats.com, email ats-hq@qats.com, or call 781-769-2800.

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