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Thermoelectric Assemblies Optimize Thermal Performance in any Outdoor Environment


Laird Thermal Systems has introduced a series of thermoelectric assemblies (TEAs) designed for use in outdoor environments. The Outdoor Cooler Series are compact (cooling objects via convection) air-to-air TEAs said to provide a lower total cost of ownership by maintaining the appropriate temperature range using minimal energy due to its high coefficient of performance (COP).





Advanced Thermoelectric Cooling for Optoelectronics

Introduction

Used to source, detect, and control light, optoelectronics are increasingly important in a wide range of automotive, telecom, and industrial applications. With high beam quality and low energy consumption, optoelectronics offer superior performance at a low cost. Due to the potentially high-temperature environments in which these optoelectronic components operate, active thermoelectric coolers are used for temperature stabilization to ensure maximum performance and long-life operation.




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Laser Diodes

With the ability to convert electrical current into high-intensity light, laser diodes enable many applications including data transmission at very far distances in modern fiber-optic communication systems. Within industrial processing, laser diodes are bundled together to form a high-power laser that can cut thru materials. Laser diodes are also used in light detection and ranging (LiDAR) technology used, for example, to map the area surrounding an autonomous vehicle.

Active Cooling of Optical Transceivers

Introduction

Tier 1 OEM’s in telecom infrastructure market are designing the next standard for telecommunications, 5G. It will provide faster data transmission speeds than current LTE (4G) systems, approaching broadband speeds achieved with landlines. The latency will be much lower, reducing the number of times packets need to be resent. This will be great for mobile users in densely populated areas trying to stream movies, music or live TV on their smart devices. 




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AA-150-24-44 Air-to-Air

The AA-150-24-44 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 occurs from custom designed thermoelectric modules that achieve a high coefficient of performance (COP) to minimize power consumption.


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Telecom

Telecom-iconThe emergence of high-speed wired networks and broadband services has placed tremendous demands on current and future telecommunication and computing infrastructure. Greater functionality and higher speeds are contributing to increased thermal issues in networking and telecommunications infrastructure equipment.