Heat Pipe

Description

A heat pipe is a highly efficient passive heat transfer device that utilizes phase change principles to transport thermal energy from a heat source to a heat sink. It consists of a sealed, hollow tube with an inner wick structure and a working fluid. The primary mechanism that drives heat transfer in a heat pipe is the phase change of the working fluid from liquid to vapour and back.

Features
Excellent thermal conductivity
Passive component with high stability (reliable)
Very low thermal resistance
Uniform temperature distribution

Applications
Best for high power applications
Electronic components: IC, CPU, MOS, LED, Motherboard, Power Supply, Heat Sink,
LED TV, Notebook, PC, Telecom Device, Wireless Hub, etc.
DDR II Module, Hand-set applications, etc.

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