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LA 6/100 12V - 

Fan / Force Cooled Heat Sink, Hollow Fin Aggregate, 0.2 K/W, 74 mm, 62 mm, 100 mm, 56 m³/h, 41 dBA

LA 6/100 12V - Fan / Force Cooled Heat Sink, Hollow Fin Aggregate, 0.2 K/W, 74 mm, 62 mm, 100 mm, 56 m³/h, 41 dBA

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Manufacturer Part No:
LA 6/100 12V
Newark Part No.:
34M6693
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Product Information

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0.2K/W
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74mm
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62mm
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100mm
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56m³/h
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41dBA
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Surface Mount
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Aluminium
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2.91"
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2.44"
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3.94"
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Product Overview

  • Less flow loss
  • Thermally efficient
  • Compact design
  • Failure rate: >70000h @40°C

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Is this fan cooled heat sink adequate enough to dissipate 200 watts?
If I mounted surface mount resistors for a power supply load across the top surface, with a total power dissipation of 200 watts, what would be the temperature rise?
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If we only have a look at the calculative data, there might be a difference in temperature of 40°C.
But it is only the “blank data”. You might check it on your own again to be sure.
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