IEC/TS 62610-3:2009

IEC/TS 62610-3:2009

Name in English:
IEC/TS 62610-3:2009

Name in Russian:
МЭК/ТС 62610-3:2009

Description in English:
Mechanical structures for electronic equipment - Thermal management for cabinets in accordance with IEC 60297 and IEC 60917 series - Part 3: Design guide: Evaluation method for thermoelectrical cooling systems (Peltier effect)

Description in Russian:
Конструкции механические для размещения и монтажа электрического и электронного оборудования. Управление температурными режимами шкафов, соответствующих стандартам серий IEC 60297 и IEC 60917. Часть 3. Руководство по проектированию. Метод оценки термоэлектрических систем охлаждения (эффект Пельтье)

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Active

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Electronic (PDF)

Page count:
34

Delivery time (for English version):
1 business day

Delivery time (for Russian version):
5 business days

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IEC011726

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