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White Paper: Thermal Management for Industrial Computing

Feature Article Sealevel Systems

IO engineeringSealevel Systems has released a white paper that details some of the thermal management challenges faced by designers of industrial computing systems, and how these challenges may be solved during the design process. Computing systems found in industrial grade drones and robotics are frequently subject to environmental extremes such as high temperatures, which can affect operational reliability if not addressed.

Read the full whitepaper on Sealevel Systems’ website here

The white paper covers:

  • Gathering information on specific temperature extremes and cycling
  • Component selection and circuit placement
  • Heatsinking high-power components
  • Enclosure design
  • Thermal simulation

To find out more about design techniques that allow industrial computer systems to meet strict thermal requirements, read the full whitepaper here.

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