Peltier Module, 10.4W, 2.2A, 7.6V, 12 x 25mm

  • RS Stock No. 490-1301
  • Mfr. Part No. ET-063-08-15-RS
  • Manufacturer Adaptive
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COO (Country of Origin): RU
Product Details

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive

The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied.

Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts
Max hot side temperature Th = 90°C for best long term performance
Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder
Applications in refrigeration and power generation
Silicone sealed options

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Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect

A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control.

Solid-state long term stability
Generates no acoustic noise

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Cooling Capacity 10.4W
Maximum Temperature Difference +74K
Maximum Current 2.2A
Maximum Voltage 7.6V
Active Area 12 x 25mm
Active Area Length 12mm
Active Area Thickness 3.8mm
Active Area Width 25mm
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