elkhart, in – february 2014 –cts corporation (nyse: cts), through its subsidiary, cts electronic components, inc., announces the addition of fansinks for high temperature applications to its electronic components solutions product portfolio, which already includes an extensive line of heat sinks and thermal management solutions. these new fansinks can maintain superior thermal dissipation for devices that emit high amount of heat. cts’ fansinks are available in a wide range of footprints and fin heights which make them suitable for many elevated temperature applications such as component testing, burn-in, high density servers, high-speed computing and video, and use in areas where the system airflow is constrained.
the fhs series is uniquely designed to absorb and disperse heat away from high temperature devices while offering key features such as operating temperature range of -10°c to 90°c, calculated mttf @ 90°c: 86,858 hours (gem, 90% confidence) and various package sizes to best fit the application.
“at cts, our team strives to deliver thermal solutions that meet a wide range of thermal resistance demands,” says terry luxmore, director of thermal products for cts. “the introduction of the fhs series stengthens our commitment to offer effective solutions for heat dissipation in a diverse industry.”
for more product details, pricing and lead-time on cts’ new fansinks and our existing thermal products, please call +1-800-757-6686 (north americas), +65-6481-1466 (asia) or +1-508-435-6831 (international) or email email@example.com, or contact a supporting cts sales representative or one of cts’ many distribution partners.
about cts electronic components, inc.
cts electronic components, inc., a subsidiary of cts corporation, is a leading provider of electronic components used in communications, medical, defense and aerospace, industrial and computer applications for oems and contract manufacturers worldwide. the company has manufacturing locations in albuquerque, new mexico; hopkinton, massachusetts; nogales, mexico; singapore; and tianjin, china.
cts is a leading designer and manufacturer of electronic components and sensors to oems in the automotive, communications, medical, defense and aerospace, industrial and computer markets. cts manufactures products in north america, europe and asia. cts' stock is traded on the nyse under the ticker symbol "cts.”
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