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Vishay ThermaWick Thermal Jumper Surface Mount Chip | Tech Specs

August 21, 2020 by TTI, Inc

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Vishay ThermaWick Thermal Jumper Surface Mount Chip

Vishay’s ThermaWick™ THJP series surface mount thermal jumper chips are an electrically isolated thermal conductor that can be used to conduct heat into a ground plane or heat sink, keeping your components cool and comfortably within their operating range. 

The THJP series can reduce the temperature of connected components by up to 25% and protect adjacent components from exposure to large thermal loads. This allows designers to increase the power handling capability of a device or extend its useful life. 

The THJP series is based on an aluminum nitride substrate with high thermal conductivity and low capacitance, making it an ideal thermal solution for high frequency and thermal ladder applications. 

ThermaWick THJP series thermal jumpers are available in case sizes from 0603 to 2512, with long-side terminations on 0612 and 1225 cases for improved thermal performance. 

  • Reduce connected component temperature by up to 25% 
  • Electrically isolated terminations (> 999MΩ) 
  • Increase power handling capability or extend useful life of the device 
  • High thermal conductivity AlN substrate (170W/m°K) 
  • Low capacitance: as low as 0.07pF 
  • Case sizes: 0603 to 2512, long side terminations on 0612 and 1225 cases 

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