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In reply to Solarspot:<br /><br />We tend to control standard space electronics between 0 and 40Â°C, so a qualification temperature of 60Â°C (to get margins).<br />In space you heat when too cold and use radiators when too hot. In a convective hot medium, you would have to be airtight, and you will not be able to evacuate your heat.<br /><br />Best reards