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CCPs-1060nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

CCPs-1060nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

…destroy the unit.
Indium foil should be used between base of diode and heatsink to ensure good thermal contact.
Torque applied to mounting screws should be controlled carefully, using a torque wrench. For 6-32 mounting screws, use 8 in-lbs (with Indium foil).
For M4 mounting screws,…

CCPs-1430-1470nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

CCPs-1430-1470nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

…destroy the unit.
Indium foil should be used between base of diode and heatsink to ensure good thermal contact.
Torque applied to mounting screws should be controlled carefully, using a torque wrench. For 6-32 mounting screws, use 8 in-lbs (with Indium foil).
For M4 mounting screws,…

Book.book

Book.book

…is required, the
only recommended thermal conductance aids are pyrolytic
graphite pads or thermal materials, such as Sil-Pad or Indium
foil. Thermal compound or any flowable compound that can
enter into screw openings is not recommended. Refer to
Figure 3-2 (p. 3-3) for…

CCPs-965-985nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

CCPs-965-985nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

…destroy the unit.
Indium foil should be used between base of diode and heatsink to ensure good thermal contact.
Torque applied to mounting screws should be controlled carefully, using a torque wrench. For 6-32 mounting screws, use 8 in-lbs (with Indium foil).
For M4 mounting screws,…

CCP 870-990 DS

CCP 870-990 DS

…sink. Failure to supply an adequate heat sink will destroy the unit.
· Indium foil should be used between base of diode and heatsink to ensure good thermal contact.
· Mounting torque 8 in.-lbs. (with Indium foil).
· ESD precautions must be taken when handling unit.
· Negative…

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