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How to choose a Heatsink FISCHER ELEKTRONIK

How to choose a Heatsink

You have plenty of possibilities when choosing a heatsink. We´ll advise you on how to be familiar with all of their main features.

Little Big Relay FUJITSU

Little Big Relay

Only a 15mm automotive relay FBR51ND12-WI switches up to 35A. The Japanese have pressed many years of experiences and precision into a small relay. However, reliable and also by us proved relay will find a wide range of applications outside the car.

Practical advice for quality and efficient hand soldering WELLER

Practical advice for quality and efficient hand soldering

Can you somehow prevent tip oxidation? Are all soldering wires spattering in the same way? How long should you heat the circuit board?

The biggest fan you've ever seen... EBM-PAPST

The biggest fan you've ever seen...

We admit that you could have seen a fan that is larger than S6D800-AD01-01 from EBMPAPST. But if you're used to seeing only the fans in your notebooks, then this one is really big. Only 4 centimeters are missing to 1 meter and you can find it in the field of refrigeration and ventilation.

M.2 Connectors - Key to the successful connection ATTEND

M.2 Connectors - Key to the successful connection

M.2 connectors originally known as NGFF, become gradually more popular over the form factor MiniPCIe and are used as a standard in computers, communication equipment, and M2M applications.

What you might not know about switches... MARQUARDT

What you might not know about switches...

You can find the most important information directly on the rocker switch. Well, assuming you understand the basic signs.

Reliability and reasonable prices from Euroclamp EUROCLAMP

Reliability and reasonable prices from Euroclamp

High-quality PCB terminal blocks and DIN rail electronics enclosures directly from the Italian manufacturer with many customization options for your unique solutions.

RTH34024 doesn’t even sweat at 105°C! TE CONNECTIVITY

RTH34024 doesn’t even sweat at 105°C!

Where other relays fail, this one works without hesitation. Max switching current of 16A at 400VAC voltage is a commonplace.

QPD Installation System PHOENIX CONTACT

QPD Installation System

Are you one of us? Electricians and nervous wrecks? Phoenix Contact Systems promise solutions. Beneficial effects will occur already after the first installation.

Are you familiar with the appliance sockets and plugs? SCHURTER

Are you familiar with the appliance sockets and plugs?

We help you select connectors and appropriate counterparts to power the device while maintaining safety, quality and ease of use.

Why is Micro Switch called a micro switch ... MARQUARDT

Why is Micro Switch called a micro switch ...

Because it switches uAmps? Not really. It’s more common to switch several Amps. Because of its size? It is quite questionable what is considered big and what is already small. Then why so?

Three Cases for WAGO Splicing Connectors WAGO

Three Cases for WAGO Splicing Connectors

Let us see 3 typical application examples of WAGO 221 Series. The unbeatable advantages are fast installation, time saving and reliable function. Pull the lever up, insert a conductor and push the lever back down. All done.

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