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Heat sink keeps you cool by pinning you down

7/20/2011 04:31 PM EDT
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re: Heat sink keeps you cool by pinning you down
_hm   7/21/2011 5:35:26 AM
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Do you have more details for conducted vibration and shock test as per MIL-STD-810? This test results will be interesting for its application to Military hardware.

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re: Heat sink keeps you cool by pinning you down
joday-ats   7/21/2011 12:44:50 PM
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Hi Hm, We do have data along those lines, but, it might be best to take that off EE Times and have the discussion via email or Skype. John

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