Thanks. Can I infer from your response that the IC is the component that usually need thermal protection? The component is the MT3608 but I don't see anything in the datasheet that helps. It will be a while before I receive the circuit module.Do you have a part number for the switcher IC? Its application note may have a description of this circuit, allowing you to make an estimate. Or you could hook it up and lay a finger on it.
A fan might be a better choice. Covers everything.
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