There is too little information here to say what heatsink to use.I am still trying to decide what type heat sink to use on a 1GBT = CM600HA-24H ?
The first experimental power supply will be 170 VDC 15A
I have never seen any for that specific size of module.I though there would be a factory made heat sink for this part and someone would have a picture.
Which is about like saying "my car is red, what type of oil should I use?"I though there would be a factory made heat sink for this part and someone would have a picture.
First test power supply will plug into a outlet 120 vac after rectifier and filter = 170 vdc on a 15 amp circuit braker.
Try this link: SwitcherWhat is a switching power supply and how does it work?
Been there, done that. I am finished with Tesla coils. I sold all 6 of mine and all the parts. My big 10" 12KW TC that made a 27 ft diameter circle of arcs & sparks went to a university. OK shortbus I was NOT the one that changed the subject. EIEIODual Resonant Solid State Tesla Coil. It's a very popular use for the CM300 and CM600 series IGBTs.
That's why I asked if you were trying your hand at DRSSTCs now, since you'd built SGTCs already.
Its been 15 years since I did Tesla Coils I don't even remember what SGTC is? It was a lot of fun I sometime wish I had a TC to play with.That's why I asked if you were trying your hand at DRSSTCs now, since you'd built SGTCs already.
Anyway, back to the topic at hand. My apologies for the tangent!
FWIW, I don't see shortbus= as a 'complainer', he is more like one of a number of spectators, watching (unfortunately) someone flailing around in a pool. Life rings are being tossed in from every direction, but the swimmer appears to not want to grab any of them.LOL. I'm not complaining shortbus= is the complainer. Do threads not wonder from time to time.