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ATTP1A
annawood   5/16/2014 2:52:50 AM
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ATTP1A is designed for evaluating TEC controllers, which can be easily evaluated by using this temperature plate.

ATTP1A aims to automatically adjust the temperature parameters based on the requested temperature range so that the TEC controller can detect the pre-set temperature range.

It's widely used for evaluating TEC controllers, TECs and heat sink, etc. Also it can stabilize objects temperature for scientific experiments.

Features

Provide a platform with wide temperature regulation range: -20°C to 110°C

Accurate temperature stability: 1.8mV

Big signal response: 20s from 10 °C to 20°C

Small signal response: 6 s from 20°C to 23°C

High thermal load capability: 15.75W

Large platform: 66mm × 44mm

http://www.analogti.com/ATTP1A.html



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