Designed for refrigeration applications in medical diagnostics and analytical instrumentation, the high‐performance SuperCool Series delivers high heat pumping capacity in a small form factor…
August 1, 2018 – Laird Thermal Systems has launched a high performance thermoelectric cooler assembly series for indoor lab environments that offers a higher cooling performance per unit volume than competing systems. The SuperCool Series thermoelectric cooler assembly features a unique hot side air heat sink design that dissipates heat more efficiently than competing heat exchanger technologies. Utilizing optimized thermoelectric coolers in combination with a high performance heat sink and fan shroud assembly, the SuperCool thermoelectric cooler assemblies transfer heat to air more rapidly. The SuperCool Series is designed for precise temperature control in compact analytical storage compartments and medical diagnostic chambers where space is a premium.
The SuperCool Series contains three models to provide engineers with heat transfer mechanism options on the control side. Heat can be absorbed via liquid, conduction or convection. The Liquid to Air unit has a cooling capacity of 202 Watts, while the Direct to Air has 193 Watts and the Air to Air has 166 Watts. All cooling capacities were measured at ΔT=0°C with a nominal operating voltage of 24 VDC. Custom configurations are available upon request.
“This is a major breakthrough for thermoelectric cooler assembly technology to offer such high heat pumping capacity in a small form factor. The SuperCool Series enhances the cooling performance by up to 60% in same form factor versus conventional thermoelectric cooler assemblies,” said Andrew Dereka, Director Product Management at Laird Thermal Systems. “Our customers in the medical and analytical markets are demanding more stringent thermal requirements with less available space to work with. We have extensive design expertise, a diverse product portfolio, and a global footprint, which matches up well for our customers’ requirements.”
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