Panasonic And Mouser Electronics Sponsor A New Chalk Talk Video

October 27, 2017
By Bethany Dunich

Panasonic is a proud co-sponsor with Mouser Electronics of this Thermal Management Solutions Chalk Talk episode. They have teamed up to educate design engineers about Panasonic’s world class Thermal Management portfolio available in stock now at Mouser.com. In this Chalk Talk (produced by EE Journal), Panasonic speaks about the latest advances in Thermal Management materials and how to take advantage of these in system designs.

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This video covers the following topics, and much more.

 

Q:
Do any of Panasonic’s Thermal Management Solutions isolate heat?
A:
Yes, NASBIS is used for heat isolation in thin spaces and has a thermal conductivity comparable to that of air, which is know to be a very good insulator.
Q:
In terms of compressibility, where does the Graphite-PAD fall?
A:
Not only does the Graphite-PAD have extremely high z plane heat transfer capabilities, it also exhibits great compressibility characteristics up to 60%.
Q:
What makes PGS unique compared to other Graphite Materials?
A:
PGS has very high x-y plane thermal connectivity characteristics. It is it mechanically flexible and possesses electrical shielding characteristics.
Q:
Why use SSM over a standard Gap Pad?
A:
SSM conforms to any rough surface. SSM has PGS adhered to it for enhanced heat transfer capabilities and is also electrically non-conductive, minimizing design limitations.
Q:
What is the difference between Soft PGS and standard PGS?
A:
Although Soft PGS looks very similar to standard PGS, it exhibits higher compressibility (up to 40%) and is an ideal replacement for Thermal Grease.

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More About Panasonic Thermal Management Solution

 

Panasonic's is an experienced, global Thermal Management solutions provider with a diverse portfolio that can solve most any thermal design challenge. Panasonic’s Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) include, Graphite-PAD, MASBIS, Pyrolytic Graphite Sheet (PGS), Soft PGS and SSm (Semi-Sealing Material). Each of these materials are unique and work in specific ways to target Thermal Management design requirements.

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