New lairdthermal.com offers the industry’s fastest access to thermal management product selection and design support tools for engineers…
January 14, 2019 – Laird Thermal Systems, an end-to-end thermal management solution provider, has developed the industry’s most efficient resource for design engineers to specify, search and select the optimum thermoelectric cooler, thermoelectric cooler assembly or liquid cooling system for their application. The lairdthermal.com website enables customers to quickly find their ideal thermal management solution, shorten product design cycles and maximize product or system performance. Lairdthermal.com allows engineers to search and access information in more ways, including by product type, market/application, or by utilizing the Thermal Wizard.
The one-of-a-kind Thermal Wizard™ tool employs proprietary application calculators to determine the optimal thermal management solutions at the thermoelectric cooler, thermoelectric cooler assembly or liquid cooling system level. The Thermal Wizard enables thermal designers to input their known cooling requirement (Qc) and other criteria to identify appropriate thermal management solutions. If the cooling requirement is unknown, the Thermal Wizard can calculate the Qc based on the defined application: device cooling, enclosure cooling, air cooling, or liquid cooling.
The new lairdthermal.com resource provides quick and easy access to interactive datasheets as well as datasheet PDFs, in-depth market and application information that links directly to corresponding product information, and expanded custom solution and services information.
“This new resource delivers information to engineers quickly and efficiently,” said Karine Brand, interim CEO at Laird Thermal Systems. “Selecting the right thermal solution for a particular application can be a long and difficult process for any design engineer, one that requires many technological and financial trade-offs. To speed-up and simplify this process, Laird Thermal Systems developed this website to make thermal decisions easier and more accurate.”