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THERM PAD 19.05MMX12.7MM BLACK (Pack of 100)


THERM PAD 19.05MMX12.7MM BLACK (Pack of 100)


Product description

Description : Thermal Pad Black 19.05mm x 12.70mm Rectangular

Product Attributes

  • Series : Q-Pad II
  • Part Status:-Active
  • Color:-Black
  • Thermal Resistivity:-0.22°C/W
  • Thermal Conductivity:-2.5 W/m-K

Environmental amp; Export Classifications : Lead Free Status / RoHS Status : Lead free / RoHS Compliant

  • Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL):1 (Unlimited)

    Additional Resources : Standard Package : 500

  • Other Names : BER329, BG427481, Q2-54, Q2-54-ND, Q4329428, T0802145,
  • THERM PAD 19.05MMX12.7MM BLACK (Pack of 100)

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