TECs

Ultra-Thin Thermoelectric Cooler Provides Precise Temperature Control for Optical Electronics

August 4th, 2016

Phononic recently announced its pico-TEC series, a high-performance solid-state thermoelectric module (TEM) designed to provide precise temperature control in order to meet the unique thermal management requirements of optoelectronics and fiber optic modules. The pico-TECs are…read more

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Thermoelectric Modules That Achieve Higher Heat Flux Densities For Cooling Industrial Lasers

May 23rd, 2016

Laird has recently developed a high heat flux density thermoelectric module (TEM) designed to achieve a higher heat pumping capacity than standard TEMs, called UltraTEC. “The UltraTEC Series TEM has a heat pumping capacity up…read more

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New Material Cools Solar Cells Yet Absorbs Sunlight

May 9th, 2016

Recently, researchers from Stanford University have achieved a combination of cooling and maintaining sunlight absorption with a wafer made of silica to better cool solar cells, according to BusinessWire.com. BusinessWire.com explained, “The researchers etched tapered…read more

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Electrocaloric Polymers That Create On-Demand Cooling

April 11th, 2016

A team of researchers from Pennsylvania State University have recently developed a blend of ferroelectric polymers that could cool chips and small scale systems on demand. According to NewElectronics these are called electrocaloric materials, and…read more

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New Internal Mount Coolers Ideal for Enclosure Cooling

October 23rd, 2015

TECA introduces a new line of coolers, which are internally mounted air conditioners ideal for enclosure cooling. Because these thermoelectric coolers are highly reliable and almost maintenance free, they are ideal for areas that are…read more

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Thermal Invisibility Cloak Improves Heat Distribution in Electronics

September 22nd, 2015

A team of researchers from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has developed a thermal invisibility cloak that would improve heat distribution in electronic devices by redirecting incoming heat. The cloaks are capable of…read more

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New Thermoelectric Coolers Ideal for Cooling in Harsh Environments

July 1st, 2015

EIC Solutions, Inc., introduces the ThermoTEC™ series, which includes two new High Delta T Thermoelectric Air Conditioners known as the 142 series and the 146 series. The ThermoTec 142 and 146 coolers can withstand harsh…read more

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Outdoor Cooler Improves Cellular Coverage; Protects Telecom Battery Cabinets

June 29th, 2015

Laird introduces its new AA-480 Series Outdoor Cooler, an air-to-air cooler that improves reliability of cell phone coverage, during power outages via emergency batteries in wireless stations. It also protects telecommunication battery cabinets and outdoor…read more

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Researchers Successfully Measure Thermoelectric Behavior for the First Time

June 9th, 2015

A team from Sandia National Laboratories has made the first measurement of thermoelectric behavior via nanoporous metal-organic framework (MOF). This discovery could produce a new class of materials in the future that would improve upon…read more

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Programmable Temperature Controller Introduced for Thermoelectric Assemblies

May 4th, 2015

Laird introduces a new SR-54 Series bi-directional programmable controller for Thermoelectric Assemblies (TEAs). The controller monitors and protects important equipment and ensures high performance. The controller is easy to use, customizable, and is ideal for…read more

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Thermoelectric Coolers Ideal for Cooling Mobile Devices in All Environments

April 13th, 2015

EIC Solutions Inc. introduces a product line of Auto-ranging (M105) Thermoelectric Air Conditioners. The ThermoTEC 141, 145 and 151 series have auto ranging power capabilities. The auto ranging feature is ideal for cooling mobile devices…read more

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ASU Engineer’s Computing Node Research Suggests Large Reduction in Energy Usage

April 7th, 2015

Carole-Jean Wu, computer scientist and engineer at Arizona State University, is gaining recognition for her work to improve energy efficiency of computing nodes, which includes everything from smartphones and tablets, to desktop processors and data…read more

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Conductive Crystal Structure Stops Heat Transfer

July 21st, 2014

European scientists have released new research on a perfect crystalline structure that breaks the rules of physics by stopping heat transfer instead of allowing it to travel through the material. This theoretical explanation of how…read more

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Porous Materials May Boost Thermoelectric Devices

July 17th, 2014

Greek scientists have released a new study demonstrating how porous substances can act as effective thermoelectric materials, opening the door to the use of such materials in future devices. In recent years, researchers have been…read more

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