Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the availability of new thin-film thermoelectric cooling products that offer 55°C of cooling performance at an ambient temperature of 25°C. The 55°C temperature milestone, known as the ΔTmax, reflects the ability of the thermoelectric device to pump heat efficiently. This new level of performance translates to improved cooling efficiency, lower input power requirements, and greater opportunities for solving thermal issues in electronics, photonics and avionic applications.
55°C Cooling Performance Thin-Film Thermoelectric Coolers
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