What is the difference between an electronic radiator and a power radiator? There are two differences: the power radiator refers to the use of a power supply plus a cooling fan, such as a computer CPU radiator.
Electronic radiator refers to the heat sink of high-power components, without external power supply, natural cooling. The processing of electronic radiators is somewhat complicated, and some require large-scale processing centers for processing. The required level and accuracy errors are also relatively high. The products made using large-scale processing centers have high precision and fast speed. Greatly reduce costs.
As the name implies, the power radiator will inevitably use a power source, usually a heat sink and a cooling fan, such as a computer CPU radiator; an electronic radiator is usually a heat sink for high-power electronic components, without external power supply, natural cooling Most of them are made of aluminum alloy profiles, which are cut to the required size according to the size of components, such as high-power switch tubes or transistor heat sinks. Of course, under special circumstances, ultra-high-power electronic components also have cooling fans, for example, the switching tube of the switching power supply must be equipped with a cooling fan.