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Peltier Cooling for Machine Vision

Coolng for Machine Vision LearningMachine Vision is a revolutionary technology that enables analysis of a tremendous amount of data. It can be found in inspection systems where cameras capture and interpret images of a specific process or activity.

Peltier Cooling for Machine Vision

Introduction

Machine vision is the replacement of human examination, assessment and decision-making with video hardware and software systems. The technology is often used for vision inspection, quality control, robotics, wire bonding and down-hole applications where machine vision systems obtain data from analyzing images of a specific process or activity. 




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Thermoelectric Cooling for Outdoor Kiosks

As the demand increases for self-service systems with 24/7 availability, outdoor kiosks have become widely used in different sectors including banks, airports, train stations, retail and manufacturing. Located outdoors, kiosks are exposed to varying temperatures from less than 10°C to more than 40°C and are also exposed to rain, dust dirt and humidity.

Thermoelectric Cooling for CMOS Sensors

Introduction

For nearly 50 years CCD (charge-coupled device) sensors and CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensors have competed on cost and performance in a wide range of digital imaging applications. Peltier coolers (thermoelectric coolers) have cooled both technologies when the requirement demanded high-resolution images. Design engineers opted to use CCD’s for astrophotography, super-resolution microscopy, x-ray crystallography, and spectrophotometric assays. On the other hand, CMOS sensors made inexpensive digital photography a reality.




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Cooling for CMOS Sensors

Improvements in CMOS Sensor technology have resulted in increased readout speed and better image quality. Breakthrough technology has also increased image contrasts which paves the way for the next generation of digital inspection systems. The ability to rapidly provide high quality images makes CMOS Sensors useful in machine vision & learning applications as well as object detection & recognition.

AA-040-24-22 Air-to-Air

The AA-040-24-22 is an Air-to-Air Thermoelectric Assembly (TEA) that uses impingement flow to transfer heat. It offers dependable, compact performance by cooling objects via convection. Heat is absorbed and dissipated through high density heat exchangers equipped with air ducted shrouds and brand name fans. The heat pumping action is created by thermoelectric modules, which are custom designed to achieve a high coefficient of performance (COP). It has a maximum Qc of 41 Watts when ΔT = 0 and a maximum ΔT of 43 °C at Qc = 0.


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AA-040-12-22 Air-to-Air

The AA-040-12-22 is an Air-to-Air Thermoelectric Assembly (TEA) that uses impingement flow to transfer heat. It offers dependable, compact performance by cooling objects via convection. Heat is absorbed and dissipated through high density heat exchangers equipped with air ducted shrouds and brand name fans. The heat pumping action is created by thermoelectric modules, which are custom designed to achieve a high coefficient of performance (COP). It has a maximum Qc of 41 Watts when ΔT = 0 and a maximum ΔT of 43 °C at Qc = 0.


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AA-034-12-22 Air-to-Air

The AA-034-12-22 is an Air-to-Air Thermoelectric Assembly (TEA) that uses impingement flow to transfer heat. It offers dependable, compact performance by cooling objects via convection. Heat is absorbed and dissipated through high density heat exchangers equipped with air ducted shrouds and brand name fans. The heat pumping action is created by thermoelectric modules, which are custom designed to achieve a high coefficient of performance (COP). It has a maximum Qc of 33 Watts when ΔT = 0 and a maximum ΔT of 35 °C at Qc = 0.


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