Hi, everybody! I want to know exactly how different jammers cool and lose heat. Do they use a cooling system or do they not heat at all?
Asked at 21:41 am on August 18
No matter what type of signal jammer you use (except for very small jammers), they will heat up over time. Like all other electronic devices, the components inside the jammer will eventually generate heat. Therefore, it is not recommended to use the jammer without a reliable cooling system for a long time without cooling.
Either way, more powerful interference devices will absorb more heat, and they require a cooling system to run smoothly. Portable jammers use fast cooling fans and air slots to achieve excellent ventilation and hot air exhaust. Desktop models rarely use high-power cooling fans and reliable heat sinks to minimize heat.
Hope this information is useful to you and help you determine the cooling system required on the jammer so that it can be used when external conditions permit.
Answered at 11:00 am on August 20