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ATE1-07-1ASH
annawood   8/25/2014 3:44:33 AM
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ATE1-07-1ASH has 7 pairs of Peltier elements inside with a maximum voltage of 0.8 Volt. They are designed for regulating the temperature of the target objects precisely and can be controlled by our TEC controllers to build highly stable and efficient temperature regulating systems. ATE1-07-1ASH can be used with our thermistors as well to achieve precise and stable temperature sensing.

Internal Solder Melting Temperature: 238°C.

Recommended operation temperature: 200°С

FEATURES

  •  Maximum Input Voltage: 0.8 V

  •  Low Cost

  •  Long Life Time

  •  100 % Lead (Pb)-free and RoHS Compliant

     




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