The main function of SprayCool Technology is to use evaporative cooling to keep processors (and other electronic components) in a thermally-controlled operating range, reducing power consumption, heat related failures, and allowing for higher density electronics packaging. At AUVSI Unmanned Systems 2009, Dan Kinney, Director Business Development at SprayCool, took a moment to talk to Electronic Design's Bill Wong about the technology and how it works. Also watch this episode: SprayCool Technology - Part 2. For more information, visit SprayCool.
Hosted by: Bill Wong Videography by: Curtis Ellzey Edited by: Curtis Ellzey
adulami commented on July 09, 2012
spray cool part 1
Anonymous commented on September 11, 2009
Nice & informative.
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