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Old 9th June 2018, 04:07 PM   #11
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The copper pipe side is pressed in and there are gaps with a thermal epoxy. I thought about mounting them that way, but the way I had to drill the holes wouldn't allow the mosfets to be in full contact with the metal surface in its entirety. I'm sure it would work just fine that way though, just my ocd, as it stands, the hold-down L brackets get just slightly above ambient, the rest of the assembly is ice cold, not bad for burning about 740watts.
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Ok, wow 740W. Maybe you dont need a pump, just a radiator and let the heating and cooling of the water take care of the circulation.
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The copper pipe side is pressed in and there are gaps with a thermal epoxy. I thought about mounting them that way, but the way I had to drill the holes wouldn't allow the mosfets to be in full contact with the metal surface in its entirety. I'm sure it would work just fine that way though, just my ocd, as it stands, the hold-down L brackets get just slightly above ambient, the rest of the assembly is ice cold, not bad for burning about 740watts.

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What a nice and compact on-demand water heater you have there! I wonder if different types of music make the water hotter or cooler
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