Thermal resistance [℃/W],[K/W]

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YuTa_4942221
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I have a question regarding the thermal resistance of IQE013N04LM6 and IQE013N04LM6CG.
Isn't the unit of thermal rsistance [℃/W] instead of [K/W]?
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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

Please find the appropriate explanation from the below image,

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Regards,
Abhilash P

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SoU_4942226
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[K / W] and [℃ / W] have the same meaning.
Since thermal resistance defines the temperature rise per 1W, both "K" and "℃" have the same meaning in terms of temperature rise.
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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

Please find the appropriate explanation from the below image,

deimensio.png


Regards,
Abhilash P

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