Airborne Receiver Heat Sink

Heat sink for 3″ x 4″ compact (airborne) RDMS™ receiver. Does not require a power source.

It is important that the RDMS™ be kept within its specified operating range of -40°C to +70°C. At maximum bit rates, the unit dissipates approximately 20 watts. At normal ambient room temperatures, a small fan blowing across the top cover is adequate. Higher ambient temperatures will require more airflow and/or a finned heat sink such as this one on the cover.

Part Number: QSX-AC-RXHS

2 thoughts on “Airborne Receiver Heat Sink”

    • Thanks for your question. The drawing has been uploaded and can be found here.

      Note that this heatsink is generally meant for a benchtop application but can be used airborne. The 6-32 screws go through the receiver and thread into the heat sink. Mounting this in an aircraft requires a drilled mounting platform with access to the “underside” where the screws enter.


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