nanoTX™ and nanoPuck™ Transmitters

Quasonix nano family of transmitters

Small Wonder

Starting at a mere 1.3 cubic inches, our nanoTx™ and nanoPuck™ transmitters support the smallest of airborne platforms with programmable multi-mode operation and up to 5 Watts of RF output. The smallest ARTM transmitters now available, Quasonix nano transmitters are ideal for applications with strict SWaP constraints.

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Thermal Considerations

It is important that the transmitter’s bottom surface (on the face opposite the product label) be securely attached to a baseplate capable of dissipating the power produced by the transmitter model in use. This mounting baseplate must be flat, smooth, and clean.

ATTENTION: You must operate the transmitter with a proper heat sink. Failure to do so may lead to permanent damage to the unit and will void the warranty. Overheating can occur in a matter of seconds when a transmitter is not properly heat-sinked. In absolutely no case should any type of stickers or labels be applied to the bottom surface of the transmitter.

The heat sink required for a particular transmitter depends heavily on the installation. Factors such as altitude, air temperature, air flow, and mass of the mounting surface all have a substantial impact on the flow of heat away from the transmitter. Quasonix offers several types of integrated and add-on heat sinks. Please contact support@quasonix.com for the power dissipation required and heat sink recommendations for your particular TIMTER™ transmitter.

Regardless of the heat sink, Quasonix strongly suggests using a thermal pad, such as Q-Pad® II from Bergquist.

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