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HIROSE introduce the ix Industrial Series, Robust, Compact and High-Speed I/O Connectors
HIROSE has developed the robust ix Industrial series of connectors for space-constrained industrial applications that need to support high-speed signal transmission up to 10 Gbps.

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  Fischer Elektronik's range of heatsinks for LEDs


In view of the wide spread use of LEDs as indicators and in other lighting applications, a suitable means of heat dissipation is essential for perfect functioning and a long service life.

In order to meet the constantly increasing demand for LED heatsinks, Fischer Elektronik have developed several suitable designs. In addition to many standard heatsinks, which may be used for dissipating the heat from LEDs, modified versions and specially designed variations for specific LED systems are available.

The LEDs can be attached to the heatsink using screws, double-sided thermally conductive adhesive film or epoxy adhesive, or by soldering.

Fischer Elektronik bring their expertise in the field of heat dissipation from LEDs into the partnership, offer advice and support with their application-focussed 'Thermal Management' and produce customized versions and special designs. The Fischer Elektronik product specialists are at your disposal to answer your questions and provide you with any additional information you may require.

For more information, or details on the full range of Fischer Elektronik's products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email

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This news article was originally published in December 2009.

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