Faster cool down

Through a Navy-sponsored Small Business Innovation Research award, Isothermal Systems Research of Clarkston, Wash., has developed an enclosure for electronic components that dissipates the heat they generate far more effectively than cooling fans, according to the company.

Called SprayCool, these platforms coat the enclosed components with a dielectric fluid, which then quickly evaporates and is recycled. The compact platform allowed the Marine Corps to use small Cisco mobile routers in their advanced amphibious assault vehicle prototypes.


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