Laird Technologies

Earth City, MO 63045


About Laird Technologies



3481 Rider Trail S
Earth City, MO 63045
United States

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Designs and manufactures antennas and power products for handsets, two-way radios, in-building wireless networks, telematics and wireless data devices.


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Thermoelectric recirculating chiller

The MRC Series thermoelectric recirculating chiller controls the temperature of a coolant in a liquid circuit from -12° to 40°C.
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Tlam laminated thermoelectric coolers challenge ceramics

Most thermoelectric coolers (TECs) use a ceramic-based substrate to electrically isolate and thermally conduct heat.
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A high-resolution image shows Nextreme's eTEC HV14 thin-film thermoelectric module. Laird Technologies has acquired Nextreme Thermal Solutions.
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Laird Technologies acquires Nextreme Thermal Solutions

St. Louis, MO--Laird Technologies has acquired Nextreme Thermal Solutions (Durham, NC), developer of thin-film thermoelectric technologies.
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Laird Technologies thermoelectric coolers are gold-metalized for dense optoelectronics

The eTEC Series thermoelectric modules use thin-film technology that gives them 10X heat-pumping density per unit area over conventional bulk thermoelectric technology.
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Thin-film TEC available from Nextreme Thermal Solutions

The eTEC HV14 thin-film thermoelectric cooling module measures 3 mm2 and 0.6 mm high.
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TE cooler from Nextreme offers cooling with low input power

A thin-film thermoelectric cooler provides a temperature difference between its cold and hot sides of 60.1°C at an ambient temperature of 24.7°C.
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TE cooler from Nextreme meets large heat pumping requirements

The OptoCooler HV37 module, a high-voltage, thin-film thermoelectric cooler, is designed for photonics cooling applications with large heat pumping requirements.
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TE cooler from Nextreme creates temperature differential up to 60 degrees C

The eTEC HV56 thermoelectric cooler module can pump 6 W or 58 W/cm2 of heat in a footprint of 11 mm2 at 85°C.

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Optocooler HV14 passes stringent 3000G shock testing standard

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced that its OptoCooler HV14 has passed the 3000G shock test as defined in the MIL-STD 883E Method 2002 Mechanical Shock standard, which establishes...

Nextreme and Lockheed cooperate on next-generation thermal management

Nextreme Thermal Solutions (Durham, NC), provider of microscale thermal and power management products for the electronics industry, and Lockheed Martin (Bethesda, MD) entered ...
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Nextreme raises $8 million in corporate funding

Nextreme Thermal Solutions (Durham, NC), known to many in the photonics industry as a maker of thermoelectric coolers, embedded thermoelectric coolers (which can, for example,...
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FIGURE 1. The core technology for some thin-film thermoelectric coolers is the thermal copper-pillar bump, or the 'thermal bump,' shown here in a SEM image.
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Thin-film thermoelectric technology makes optoelectronics 'cool'

Embedded thermoelectric coolers (eTECs) are smaller and thinner than conventional TECs and show promise for direct integration using standard high-volume manufacturing methods...
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Nextreme raises $13 million in financing

Nextreme Thermal Solutions (Durham, NC), which makes microscale thermal and power management products for the photonics and electronics industries, today announced securing $13...
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Nextreme awarded NC Green grant to improve its thin-film thermoelectrics

Nextreme Thermal Solutions (Durham, NC), provider of microscale thermal and power management products, was awarded a grant from the North Carolina Green Business Fund to enhance...
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Nextreme announces new thermoelectric laser cooler

Durham, NC--Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the availability of a new thermoelectric module—the Ultra-High Packing Fraction (UPF) OptoCooler module.
FIGURE 1. A p-n couple can be used as a thermoelectric couple based on the Peltier effect (left) or a thermoelectric generator based on the Seebeck effect (right).
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CMOS DETECTORS: Thin-film TECs give new life to CMOS cooling

Thermoelectric coolers that take the form of a microns-thick film offer high heat-pumping capacity, millisecond response time, and the potential for low-profile packaging.