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Old 23rd February 2010, 06:53 PM   #1
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Default Insulating Multiwatt packages such as TDA7293

Can't recall ever seeing specific thermal washers for these outlines.
Is it a case of cutting a larger silicon sheet up
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Ive used the Insulators for the to-264 or to-3p , you end up cutting a bit off the bottom as they are a bit big verticly .....
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Thank you The T0264 seems the best option.

I find it strange that none seem to exist in the correct size.
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DigiKey "MULTI" BER107-ND, BER180-ND, BER118-ND ?
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DigiKey "MULTI" BER107-ND, BER180-ND, BER118-ND ?
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I can get this kind of thing,
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