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Thermacore Intros New Line of Cold Plates
Lancaster, PA — Thermacore is introducing a new line of cold plates that meet the most recent VME64x/VPX standards and support commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) packaging formats. These high conductance cold plates offer significant improvement in electronics cooling performance as compared to conventional technologies used in demanding military and aerospace applications.
The new lightweight, ruggedized cold plates — available in 3U, 6U and 9U formats — reportedly provide superior thermal performance with excellent temperature uniformity, resulting in lower electronic component temperatures and increased operational life and reliability. With the thermal performance and flexibility these advanced cold plates offer, military embedded system designers can reduce system size, weight, and power with improved cooling (SWaP-C), permitting better mobility and extended mission life. The company offers the VME64x/VPX cold plates in three technology options. Selecting the appropriate cold plate technology depends on the application need for thermal performance, weight, and cost. The various cold plate technologies include: baseline aluminum cold plate; K to meet the VME64x/VPX standards; k-Core
cold plate; embedded heat pipe cold plate.
The complete line of cold plates can meet the needs of mission critical cooling applications, including embedded computer systems, military radars, power converters, power electronics cooling, rugged laptops and handheld devices, laser diodes, telecom communications and RF amplifiers, low-profile applications, blade servers, high-temperature applications (greater than 100°C), and high-strength and clamping-force applications.
Contact: Thermacore, Inc., 780 Eden Rd., Lancaster, PA 17601
717-569-6551 fax: 717-569-8424 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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