Low-maintenance thermoelectric unit for cooling performances of 60W, 100W or 200W
July 27, 2012 // Julien Happich
The TE series thermoelectric cooler from electronics packaging specialist Schroff is designed to provide a reliable, low-maintenance cooling solution for small electronics enclosures.
The new unit employs Peltier-effect technology, so there is no compressor to maintain or refrigerant to replenish. In addition, the unit's filterless design helps to reduce maintenance requirements still further. This compact thermoelectric cooler is available in 13 different models, offering cooling performances of 60W, 100W or 200W, operating voltages of 24 or 48VDC, and standard cover options of galvanised steel with a RAL 7035 light grey powder coat finish, stainless steel or unshrouded. The cooler can be mounted vertically or horizontally and is supplied pre-wired with a simple terminal block to facilitate installation. If required, multiple units may be used on an enclosure to increase cooling capacity. The TE series is CE marked, UL approved and sealed to IP65 standard to prevent the ingress of dust and moisture. It has an operating temperature range of -40 to 55°C.
For further information, visit www.schroff.co.uk
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