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Old 26th January 2010, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default Obsolete SE part replacement news

Perhaps it's only news to me but when I ordered my parts a few months ago, Digikey was out of the dual heatsinks. I had forgotten about it 'til today as I began stuffing the semi-conductors.

Anyway, the old HS219-ND is replaced, I hope, by HS369-ND which has the same measurements as near as I can tell from the catalog.
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Mouser has an equivalent. From my TSE parts list:

Heat Sink - Dual TO-220 - Aluminum with tabs - 2W @ 30^C - 25.4x37.59x12.70mm - Aavid - 578622B03200 - Mouser - 532-578622B03200G - $0.86 - 3 - Power supply
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