Thermoelectric Coolers

Thermoelectric Coolers Catalog Japanese

Laird Thermal Systems designs and manufactures thermoelectric coolers which adhere to strict process control standards and pass/fail criteria, assuring our customers receive the best possible modules. Our extensive standard product portfolio covers a wide range of cooling capacities, temperature differentials, input power requirements and geometric footprints. Standard finishing options are available to accommodate alternate lead lengths, lapping thickness tolerances, and moisture protective sealants.




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ETX14-12-F1-6262-TA-RT-W6

The ETX14-12-F1-6262-TA-RT-W6 high temperature, high-performance thermoelectric cooler uses Laird's enhanced thermoelectric module construction preventing performance degrading copper diffusion, which is common in standard grade thermoelectric coolers operating in high temperature environments exceeding 80 °C. It has a maximum Qc of 138 Watts when ΔT = 0 and a maximum ΔT of 83.2 °C at Qc = 0.


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ETX14-12-F1-6262-TA-W6

The ETX14-12-F1-6262-TA-W6 high temperature, high-performance thermoelectric cooler uses Laird's enhanced thermoelectric module construction preventing performance degrading copper diffusion, which is common in standard grade thermoelectric coolers operating in high temperature environments exceeding 80 °C. It has a maximum Qc of 138 Watts when ΔT = 0 and a maximum ΔT of 83.2 °C at Qc = 0.


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Security Cameras

Increasing concerns about public safety and security are driving demands for video surveillance equipment. CCTV and IP security cameras are being installed in public areas to prevent crime and increase safety while thermal cameras are used for boarder and facility security at night. 

Thermoelectric Cooling for Security Cameras

Introduction

The use of outdoor cameras has seen a massive influx with the rise in security monitoring by government and private security agencies. Security cameras are installed with an objective to reduce crime or to improve public safety. CCTV and IP security cameras are installed on every corner in cities, outside hotels and retail stores, all around entertainment venues, stadiums and other commercial and industrial properties. Thermal cameras (infrared sensing) are now often used to improve facility and boarder security at night.




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Lidar Sensors

Light detection and ranging (Lidar) is a survey-mapping technology that detects objects in 3D by measuring the time it takes for laser pulses to bounce off objects at a distance. Lidar uses light waves in a manner similar to the way radar uses radio waves or sonar uses sound waves. The sensors in the Lidar systems can read a million data points per second, enabling them to build high-quality 3D images of scanned objects or landscapes. 

Heating and Cooling for Liquid Chromatography Systems

Introduction

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is a technique used for analysis of liquid mixtures by separating, identifying, and quantifying their constituent components. Liquid chromatography normally operates with smaller amounts of material and seeks to measure the relative proportions of analytes in a mixture. R&D laboratories in the pharmaceutical, food science and oil industries use these instruments for product development or reverse engineering.




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