Thermoelectric assemblies (TEAs) are cooling and heating devices, consisting of several high-density heat-exchangers bolted together with high efficient thermoelectric coolers (TEC) between them. Their application allows to create temperature control systems with operating temperatures equal or less than ambient temperatures with maximum coefficient of performance (COP). Usage of assemblies does not require special knowledge in the field of thermoelectric cooling design and is able to provide precise temperature control of the object. Assemblies are optimized for 12, 24 and 48 V of on-board supply voltage. Because no refrigerant fluid (CFC) is used TEAs are environmentally friendly.
Air-to-air thermoelectric assemblies allow to pump out extra heat from middle and small in size hermetically closed equipment like telecom and remote control cabinets. They also allow to cool down a limited aria to the temperature below ambient (air conditioning). For more efficiency heat-exchangers are equipped with fans. Changing of polarity of power supply allows fast changing of high efficient cooling to high efficient heating, when outside energy is pumped inside of object and added to the TEC’s internal Joule heating (efficiency >1). In this case fans should be connected separately. All TEAs are ready for installation by screws. Optionally assemblies could be supplied with a temperature sensor installed for precise temperature control as well as with a temperature controller and a power supply unit.
- industrial and analytical instrument’ temperature stabilization;
- equipment for electronic devices testing in temperature range;
- air conditioning at automobile, railroad and water transport;