thermoelectric cooler

thermoelectric cooler

[¦thər·mō·i′lek·trik ′kü·lər]
(engineering)
An electronic heat pump based on the Peltier effect, involving the absorption of heat when current is sent through a junction of two dissimilar metals; it can be mounted within the housing of a device to prevent overheating or to maintain a constant temperature.
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The SCW 1732BGR includes a thermoelectric cooler and an electrically-isolated temperature-sensing thermistor for enhanced thermal stability.
These Telluride SoCs not only enable sub-10W 400Gbps optical modules but can also eliminate the need for a Thermoelectric Cooler (TEC), further reducing the optical module bill of materials and lowering the power consumption to sub-9W in second generation optical modules.
(27.) Akram MN, Nirmani HR, Jayasundere ND, A Study on Thermal and Electrical Characteristics of Thermoelectric Cooler TEC1-127 Series.
The same InGaAs matrix sensor chip is now also available in a Kovar package with a one-stage thermoelectric cooler.
There's going to be a new AIO liquid cooler with a transparent pump and Cooler Master is also going to showcase a thermoelectric cooler (TEC) for liquid cooling.
In addition, all devices in ON Semiconductor's IT-EMCCD portfolio are now available with packages that incorporate an integrated thermoelectric cooler. This option addresses the increased effort and potentially higher costs that camera manufacturers can incur when developing a cooled camera design in order to fully maximize the performance of these devices.
4 Storebound's app-enabled Sobro smart side table includes a thermoelectric cooler drafwer, Bluetooth speakers, LED lighting, a wireless charging pad and smart sleep features.
During these tests, the surface temperature was prescribed using a thermoelectric cooler (TEC).
[13.] Huang, B., and Duang, C., "System Dynamic Model and Temperature Control of a Thermoelectric Cooler," International Journal of Refrigeration, vol.
A thermoelectric cooler has no moving parts, although one or more fans are often added.
The influence of the Thomson effect on the performance of a thermoelectric cooler. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 48(2): 413-418.