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april 2016




Feature Article



Cool It Your Way: Versatile Cooling for Electronics Enclosures

Justin Moll, Vice President, US Market Development - Pixus Technologies


Electronics enclosures are used in countless test/analytics/measurement devices for multiple end markets. This includes various instrument systems in Oil & Gas, Industrial & Power Control, Medical, Lab/Test, and Military designs. The end applications are too numerous to name. But, serving all of these types of devices requires a wealth of cooling options for instrument cases.


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  Sponsored Announcement

Advancements in Thermal Management Preliminary Program Announced

The preliminary program has been announced for the 2016 Advancements in Thermal Management Conference. The program will feature speakers from industry leaders such as IBM Research and the IBM Advanced Thermal Lab, University of California - Riverside, Outlast Technologies/CoorTek, FLIR, and many more. View the preliminary program.


Thermal 2016 will boast the largest program in the event's history with more sessions and several pre-conference workshops, making it the most comprehensive thermal educational conference experience in the industry. Sign up today.

  New Products

Thermalogic Temperature Sensors

Since 1971, Thermalogic has been designing and manufacturing temperature sensors assemblies for OEM’s and Volume Users. Our built to order philosophy assures that you get a temperature sensor that suits the specific needs of your applications, unlike many of the “off the shelf” sensors that force you to work your design around them.


We offer a variety of standard RTD, thermocouple, thermistor and semiconductor based sensing elements in addition to our capability to match virtually any non-standard curve that we may not stock.


A variety of housing, wire and connection options are available and we can build to the exact dimensions you require from your drawing or description. Custom designs do not mean long delays.


Be sure to contact one of our knowledgeable Sales Engineers to get the process started knowing that you will receive a quality product backed by our standard Four Year Warranty.


Learn More at www.thermalogic.com/products/temperature-sensors/



Air-to-Air Outdoor Cooler From Laird Cools Mobile Base Stations and Cell Towers

Laird has developed an air-to-air outdoor cooler that protects critical telecommunication cabinets, energy storage systems and back-up battery systems by providing greater cooling power and increased reliability versus other units currently on the market. The AA-480 series thermoelectric assembly delivers long life operation, maximum uptime and lower cost of ownership. - Read More


Orion Fans Offers Industry’s First Airflow Monitoring Kit

Orion Fans has developed a complete airflow monitoring system that is easy to implement and use. The field retrofittable AFM Kit includes an AFM-01NC airflow module, mounting clip, three plastic guards (80 mm, 92 mm, and 120 mm), buzzer, LED and holder, switch and wall mounted power supply. - Read More


Fluke 279 FC Thermal Multimeter Integrates Two Test Tools Into One

Thermal imagers are invaluable to help quickly troubleshoot electrical equipment, panels, and transformers but electricians and maintenance technicians often don’t have access to one when they need it. Fluke announces the 279 FC TRMS Thermal Multimeter, the first test tool to integrate a full-featured true RMS (TRMS) digital multimeter (DMM) with a thermal camera in one device to speed troubleshooting. - Read More


Polargy Launches PolarFlex Blanking Panels in New Sizes and Styles

Polargy, Inc. has made additions to its popular line of PolarFlex blanking panels. Improving data center energy efficiency with cost-effective airflow containment is top of mind for IT managers, as is maintaining a professional and attractive facility. Polargy’s line of PolarFlex rack blanking panels are designed to seal empty racks and large unoccupied spaces in server cabinets. - Read More


  Industry News

The Graphene Market to Reach 3,800 tons Per Year in 2026

IDTechEx Research projects that the graphene market will grow to $220 million in 2026. This forecast is at the material level and does not count the value of graphene-enabled products. In many instances graphene is only an additive with low wt% values. - Read More


Minkels Releases ROI Calculation Tool on Data Center Aisle Containment

Minkels has released a white paper on ROI calculation for investments in aisle containment – for enhanced energy efficiency. The Minkels white paper provides a well-substantiated calculation model and all the parameters required to calculate achievable returns of aisle containment investments. - Read More


Defense Upgrades Projects Are Driving the Demand for Thermal Imaging Devices/ Systems Market in Brazil

Brazil is amongst the leading economies in Latin-America. In last five years, the country has invested several billion dollars in its defense sector to upgrade armed forces and various defense equipment. Also, surging drug trafficking and upcoming Rio Olympic 2016 have added the need for advanced security systems in the country. - Read More



Event Listings




Battery Power 2016Battery Power 2016
August 3-4
Denver, Colo.

Battery Power 2016 is has released its preliminary program. The conference highlights the latest developments impacting mobile, stationary and EV battery systems including smart phones, tablets, medical devices, critical power systems, telecom and automotive applications. Speaking slots are still available. Click here for additional information.

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