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  1. Heatsink TO-220 PRT-00121 Sparkfun Australia - Express Delivery Australia Wide

    Heatsink TO-220

    SKU: PRT-00121
    | Brand: Sparkfun
    Small heat sink for TO-220 components. Ideal for keeping your 5V and 3.3V regulators running cool. Black anodized bolt on type with 2.5W dissipation. Learn More
    $1.49 AUD, inc GST
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