Controller for coolers

May 1, 1995
Stand-alone thermoelectric cooler controller, 06 DTC 101, provides flexible and stable thermal control of diode lasers. The unit can drive 16-W Peltier coolers and is compatible with thermistors and AD 590/92CN and LM 335 temperature sensors. Gain control optimizes response and settling time. The temperature modulation input and analog output provide external control and data acquisition interfaces, respectively.

Stand-alone thermoelectric cooler controller, 06 DTC 101, provides flexible and stable thermal control of diode lasers. The unit can drive 16-W Peltier coolers and is compatible with thermistors and AD 590/92CN and LM 335 temperature sensors. Gain control optimizes response and settling time. The temperature modulation input and analog output provide external control and data acquisition interfaces, respectively.

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