Next Gen Thermoelectric Coolers for Optoelectronics
Date: Monday, September 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Complex manufacturing processes require advanced thermal management solutions to support heat removal and temperature stabilization of optic systems in a wide range of applications. For example, thermoelectric coolers provide superior spot cooling for laser optics and power sources to deliver robust, low-power, and maintenance-free operation.
Standard thermoelectric coolers are traditionally designed for refrigeration applications. The high-temperature diffusion of impurities and mechanical stresses over time significantly reduces the operational life of standard thermoelectric coolers. Through advanced breakthroughs in materials sciences, new thermoelectric coolers offer a higher coefficient of performance (COP) and a boost in performance over standard-grade thermoelectric coolers.
In this webinar, Editor-in-Chief Kate Smith and Laird Thermal Systems’ Product Director Andrew Dereka will discuss the latest in thermoelectric material technology and how next-generation thermoelectric coolers can improve performance, lower operating costs, and extend the mean time between failure (MTBF) in a wide range of optoelectronic applications.
Optoelectronics Applications include:
- Autonomous Systems (ADAS)
- CMOS Sensors
- Digital Light Processors
- IR Sensors
- Laser Diodes
- Machine Vision
People who should attend include:
- Thermal design engineers
- Thermal R&D engineers
- Design engineers, hardware engineers, mechanical engineers, engineering management
- Purchasing/procurement professionals
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