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Supplier: World StarTechnologies
Description: World Star Tech’s TECRL Series Thermoelectrically Cooled Red Laser Module features red lasers from 635nm to 690 nm with an integrated TEC and driver circuit in a compact self-contained rugged package. The built in temperature controller maintains the laser diode temperature within ±
- Laser Type: Laser Diode Modules
- Laser Wavelength: Red
- Wavelength Range: 670 nm
- Features: Polarized Output
Supplier: OSI Optoelectronics
Description: OSI Laser Diode, Inc.’s High Power SMF coupled laser modules are designed to meet the performance demands of the optical test equipment marketplace. The high peak optical power SCW Series lasers serve 1310nm through 1650nm wavelengths and are available in fully hermetic laser welded packages
- Laser Type: Laser Diode Modules
- Laser Output: Pulsed
- Laser Wavelength: Infrared
- Wavelength Range: 1310 to 1650 nm
Supplier: Emerson Process Management, Rosemount
Description: be a "stand alone" analysis instrument with the addition of our input/output (I/O) module and platform or it can be integrated into a sophisticated multi-component analysis network. Features Thermoelectrically-cooled solid-state detector insures high stability Modular design provides mounting and system
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Process Gas
- Measurement Type: Trace
Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: The MAX1978ETM+ series of temperature controllers are designed for Peltier thermoelectric cooler (TEC) Modules. Key features of the MAX1978ETM+ design include the addition of on-chip power FETs and thermal control-loop circuitry as to reduce the number of external components used, small component
- Package Type / Mounting: Surface Mount (SMD)
- Input (Supply) Voltage: 3 to 5.5 volts
Supplier: Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Description: The C11208 series is a photon counting module that contains a thermoelectrically cooled MPPC (multi-pixel photon counter) capable of detecting ultra-low light. Along with the thermoelectrically cooled MPPC, it consists of a current-to-voltage converter, a
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: PN Photodiode
- Spectral Response Range: 320 to 900 nm
- Photodiode Material: Silicon
Supplier: Oven Industries, Inc.
Description: No Description Provided
- Controller Inputs: Current Loop (Transmitter) Input
- Control Signal Output: Analog Voltage
- Control Technique: Linear Control, PID Control
- Form Factor: Circuit Board
Supplier: ProPhotonix, Ltd.
Description: The 300-0600-00 series of thermo-electrically cooled, (TEC), blue-violet, red and infrared wavelength laser diode modules offers exceptional wavelength and power stability, (better than 1%), good pointing accuracy and significantly increased laser diode lifetime. Designed for applications
- Laser Type: Alignment Lasers
- Laser Output: Continuous Wave
- Laser Wavelength: Violet, Blue, Red, Infrared
- Wavelength Range: 635 to 830 nm
Supplier: Solid State Cooling Systems
Description: Low thermal resistance: low-pressure drop, all at a low price! Ideal for use with thermoelectric modules, power semiconductors and other direct cooling applications. Patented and patent-pending design allows for efficient heat transfer at a low cost. Uniform thermal resistance over entire
- Applications: Electronics / Power Supply Cooling
- Type: Plate
- Primary Exchanger Material: Aluminum
- Connection Type: NPT
Supplier: Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Description: The H10330 series has a thermally insulated sealed-off housing evacuated to a high vacuum. The internal TE (thermoelectric) cooler eliminates the need for liquid nitrogen and cooling water.
- Photosensor Type: Photomultiplier Tube
- Output Type: Current Output
- Spectral Response: 950 to 1400 nm
Supplier: Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
Description: The MAX1978/MAX1979 are the smallest, safest, most accurate complete single-chip temperature controllers for Peltier thermoelectric cooler (TEC) modules. On-chip power FETs and thermal control-loop circuitry minimize external components while maintaining high efficiency. Selectable 500kHz/1MHz
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 185 F
- IC Package Type: Other
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Thermoelectrically Cooled Red Laser Module
Tecrl-series red laser. World Star Tech ’s TECRL Series Thermoelectrically Cooled Red Laser Module features red lasers from 635nm to 690 nm with an integrated TEC and driver circuit in a compact self-contained rugged package. The built in temperature controller maintains the laser diode temperature within ±0.01 °C resulting in excellent power stability and low noise over long term with excellent beam pointing stability. These characteristics make the TECRL series lasers... (read more)
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Cooled Butterfly 980nm Pump Laser Module
Applications. Low noise EDFAs. Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) EDFAs. CATV Applications. Features. Fiber Bragg grating wavelength stabilization. High output power, up to 750mW kink free. Polarization maintaining fiber pigtail. Internal thermoelectric heat pump and monitor photodiode. Hermetically sealed 14 pin butterfly package. Telcordia GR-468-CORE compliant. Field proven high reliability. RoHS Compliant (read more)
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Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Single Photon Counting Modules (SPCM)
SPCM-AQRH. The enhanced SPCM-AQRH offers an unmatched dynamic range and detects single photons over the wavelength range of 400 nm to 1060 nm. Leveraging a unique silicon avalanche photodiode with a circular active area, it achieves peak photon detection efficiency of more than 70% at 700 nm over a 180 µm diameter active area to deliver maximum efficiency. The photodiode is both thermoelectrically cooled and temperature controlled, ensuring stabilized performance despite ambient... (read more)
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Breakthrough in IC Thermal Characterization
Proprietary technology removes performance degrading TE Modules when thermal cycling. Most direct contact temperature systems on the market today use thermoelectric or Peltier cooling to move the DUT to temperature. Thermoelectric (TE) modules in these systems are most reliable in applications involving relatively steady-state cooling where DC power is being applied to the module on more-or-less continuous and uniform basis. However, fatigue and degradation or failure rates of TE modules... (read more)
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Synapse CCD and EMCCD Cameras
comes with anti-fringing and quantum efficiency enhancement technology. Signal Linearity. The Synapse EM and EMCCD have been designed to specifically provide outstanding signal linearity over the entire dynamic range to allow for signal quantification. Deep Thermoelectric Cooling. The Synapse camera can be cooled down to -950C in its CCD version to allow negligible dark current contribution for experiments requiring very long integration time. The sensor is placed in a hermetically-sealed, single... (read more)
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In the days when air humidity is, the power consumption of thermoelectric cooling modules would drastically increase which means that other methods are to be sought to humidify ambient air.
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According to the deficiency of field testing of infrared thermal imager performance, the method was put forward that using high precise temperature feedback controlled thermoelectric cooling module to instead expensive blackbody furnace.
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…research found that thermoelectric model TEC1-12708 could be the highest power generation about 0.98 watt and energy cost about 3- 11 Bath/kWh (0.09-0.35 US$/kWh) depend on resistance of load, consequently thermoelectric cooling module was be proper to…
Application of thermoelectrics to cooling electronics: review and prospects
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Thermoelectric Power Generation System Using Waste
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In this study, the researchers selected four thermoelectric modules: two thermoelectric cooling modules (Model A: MT2-1,6-127 and Model B: TEC1-12708) and two thermoelectric power generation modules (Model C: TEP1-1264-3.4 and Model D: TEG1-1260-5…
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Then, we added commercial thermal pads and thermoelectric cooling modules on the piezoelectric transformer to dissipate the heat and it is revealed that the power capacity increases almost 3 times in the piezoelectric material.
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Yu and Wang  presented an approach of fab- ricating thermoelectric cooling module for enhancing the maximum COP of TEC module.
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If the maximum expected ambient temperature is 50 C, determine the maximum allowable thermal resistance of heat sink on the hot side of the thermoelectric cooling module if the total heat load to .
History of Mechanical Technology and Mechanical Design 2012
Some paper topics include a cascade controller design for compliant actuators, meshing efficacy analysis of a gear reducer for a gear motor, operation sequencing using a genetic algorithm, and the application of a thermoelectric cooling module in a vehicle braking system.