RE: [SI-LIST] : 0.5 oz Cu's current density?

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From: Farrokh Mottahedin (Farrokh.Mottahedin@quantum.com)
Date: Wed Oct 27 1999 - 09:46:44 PDT


Please also note that the thermal relief area of contact to the output pin
should be carefully taken into account in calculating the total current
carrying capacity. AT&T Bell Labs published some good application notes on
the subject of "Forced Load Sharing in Redundant Power Systems" a few years
ago. You may also be interested in an article on "Powering DC-DC Converters
in a Distributed System" in Electronics Design supplement, May 16, 1994.

Farrokh Mottahedin

Quantum Corp.
500 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035

At 09:43 AM 10/27/99 +0800, you wrote:
> I am routing a power supply board, but I don't know what trace width I
>should to use to feed a 10A current to load. Can somebody here tell me how
>calculate this? Thanks for any help HanYiZhou
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