FAQ

What is the two-phase heat exchange technique of cooling LEDs?

 

The two-phase heat technique is a cooling technique that uses the advantages of both active and passive cooling methods.

It works on the principle of evaporation and condensation. The process requires disposable heat to initiate the process that happens in a hermitically sealed tube that is filled with a minute quantity of liquid. The system has cooling fins around the tube to dissipate heat. This system offers high reliability, zero operation costs and is not orientation dependent.

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