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Regular Temp. TEC Modules
annawood   8/20/2014 5:07:04 AM
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Thermo-Electric Coolers (TECs, TE coolers, or peltier modules) can generate both heating or cooling thermal power when applying an electric DC current at different directions. When the current flows in one direction, one of the TEC's plates is heated up while the other is cooled down. As the current reverses the direction, the TEC plates will reverse their thermal polarity accordingly.

The TEC modules can be used with TEC controllers, thermistorsthermal conductive pads, and heat sinks to build a complete thermal system for temperature control or other application.  

There are also High Temperature TECsHigh Temperature TEC Module Selection Guide
For TEG applications: Thermoelectric Modules for Power Generation

Internal Solder Melting Temperature for Regular Temperature TECs: 135°C
Maximum TEC plate temperature allowed for Regular Temperature TECs: 125°C

http://www.analogti.com/thermo-system-components/regular-temp-tec-modules.html



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