I'm using this Solid-State-Relay to transfer 350 Watt:
Input: 45VDC x 10A
Output: 10VDC x 10A
The following is derived from it's data sheet:
Maximum junction temperature 150 C
Junction to Ambient 30 C/W
Junction to Case 7 C/W
In order to keep it's features from changing because of a high temperature, I'd rather for it to have a maximum temperature of 50 Celsius degrees.
The ambient temperature is 25 C.
A simple calculation shows that a proper thermal resistance of a heat sink for this job is:
(50-25)/350 = 0.07 C/W which is crazy!!!
What do you suggest for me to do in order to keep the device below 50 C ?
Would it be unrealistic to use this kind of component for this kind of task?