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Thermal Insulator, Pad, Silicone Rubber, 0.92 W/m.K, 0.152 mm, 1015 ohm-cm

53-02-103G - Thermal Insulator, Pad, Silicone Rubber, 0.92 W/m.K, 0.152 mm, 1015 ohm-cm

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Manufacturer Part No:
53-02-103G
Newark Part No.:
89M4417
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Product Information

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Silicone Rubber
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0.92W/m.K
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0.152mm
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1015ohm-cm
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667kV/mm
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Product Overview

The 53-02-103G is a 0.152mm thermally conductive Silicone Rubber Insulator provides excellent thermal resistance. It is used as an electrically-isolating interface material composed of silicone elastomeric binder with thermally conductive filler. It is reinforced with glass cloth to resist tearing and cut through due to burns on transistors or heat sinks. It eliminates the need for grease application and conforms to mounting surfaces under clamping pressure for optimum heat conduction.
  • Adhesive coated backing
  • UL94V-0 Flammability rated
  • Available in grey-green colour
  • -60 to 180°C Operating temperature

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Thermal Management

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