Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) Press releases31 - 40 of 138 Press Releases
Jul 16, 2012
The new CLWT-115™ research quality, closed loop wind tunnel from ATS provides a convenient, accurate system for thermally characterizing PCBs and individual components at controlled temperatures from ambient to 85°C.
Jul 06, 2012
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc., (ATS), will present technical webinars on electronics cooling topics in July, August and September 2012. Each of these free events will provide engineering-level training in a key area of modern thermal management.
Jun 28, 2012
The PTM-1000™, a new instrument from Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc.,(ATS) measures differential pressure in enclosures where airflow integrity is critical to proper performance.
Jun 21, 2012
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. now provides nearly 100 economical, high performance aluminum heat sink profiles. They are available in standard lengths, and in economical bulk lengths which can be cut to size, providing cost and time savings.
Jun 15, 2012
The new DAC-200™ Digital-to-Analog Converter outputs analog voltage proportional to digitally-collected air temperature and velocity data. Its linear output can be used in applications where other analog voltages are input from different sensors.
Jun 08, 2012
An article by Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc., “ATS”, explains the differences between radial fans and axial fans for electronics cooling. The main variances between these fan types are in their geometry and the fluid dynamics of their air flow.
Jun 06, 2012
For engineer-level thermal management studies, the iQ-200 instrument from ATS can simultaneously measure the air velocity, air pressure and temperature of components and surrounding air, at multiple locations inside electronic systems.
May 25, 2012
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) provides an overview of the principal methods for measuring thermal conductivity as a reference for engineers involved with electronics thermal management.
May 18, 2012
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc., (ATS) reports that, by increasing a heat sink’s fin height, the sink’s volumetric flow increases and its thermal resistance decreases. In fact, the drop in thermal resistance continues as fin height increases.
May 10, 2012
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (“ATS”) now provides maxiFLOW™ heat sinks specially designed to cool eighth, quarter, half and full brick size DC-DC converters.