Cryogenic cooler

Miniature Stirling cycle cryogenic coolers are used to cool IR detectors. The coolers feature a long lifetime of 4000 h mean time to failure, vibration output of less than 0.1 lb, acoustic noise of less than 5 dB from 500 to 4 kHz, weight of less than 1 lb, and a clearance seal technology that eliminates the need for lubrication. The coolers run on 22 W maximum at 10.5 Vac.

Cryogenic cooler

Miniature Stirling cycle cryogenic coolers are used to cool IR detectors. The coolers feature a long lifetime of 4000 h mean time to failure, vibration output of less than 0.1 lb, acoustic noise of less than 5 dB from 500 to 4 kHz, weight of less than 1 lb, and a clearance seal technology that eliminates the need for lubrication. The coolers run on 22 W maximum at 10.5 Vac.

Litton Life Support, Davenport, Iowa

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