Re: Ethernet terminator for dummy load

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From: david fouchey (dafouchey@home.com)
Date: Tue Jul 27 1999 - 18:40:37 EDT


The ones I have are also the metal ones and a T0-5 heat sink fits them
just fine. Haven't tried them much above 5 watts though.

Dave
WA4EMR

Todd McCoy wrote:
>
> Arjen Raateland wrote:
>
> > Fitting a (transistor) heat-sink should make them even better. I've
> > never tried and the exact dimensions do differ from one to the other.
>
> The ones I got from a "show" vendor are in a metal case. I had not thought of
> using them as dummy loads, but it seems like a good idea. Also the metal ones
> would be even easier to adapt a heat-sink for.
>
> --
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