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These tiny little black anodized heatsinks are perfect for cooling off small surface-mount components such as the Allegro A4983 stepper driver.
**Note: **We ship these as singles
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After hearing about the Powercell getting toasty, I think I should add one of these...
Do you recommend its use for Raspberry Pi?
How are these attached? Received them but there is no adhesive of sorts.
I had to buy some heat sink tape
Did you attach it to the chip itself? Or the underside?
heat sink tape is like 2 sided tape. it can be applied to either heat sink or chip first. It is easier to put it on the heat sink and trim it first.
Thanks. I ended up getting some thermal adhesive! Works well.
A little bit short to properly sink the Pololu DRV8825 but it should still work. For the price I'm a little upset that it does not have heat sink tape with it.
This is a great idea for a current heavy H-bridge motor driver. Need to get these back in stock.
Would this sink the raspberry pi?
Robert suggested that they might carry a heatsink specifically for the raspberry pi.
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