Thermoelectric coolers

March 6, 2000
OptoTEC thermoelectric coolers for telecommunications laser diodes, infrared detectors, and CCDs can achieve temperature differences approaching 70?C, with a three-stage cooler able to reach 110?C.

OptoTEC thermoelectric coolers for telecommunications laser diodes, infrared detectors, and CCDs can achieve temperature differences approaching 70°C, with a three-stage cooler able to reach 110°C. They use the Peltier effect to achieve cooling or heating and can operate at 225°C and higher. The line includes wire bonding posts, aluminum nitride ceramic plates, and custom packaging and comes in both single-stage and multistage modules.
Melcor, Trenton, NJ

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