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Re: TEC5V4A-D
zeeglen   8/27/2014 9:18:54 AM
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@ ANNA PECKERWOOD

Nobody reads your spam.  If you want to advertise on EE Times do it properly and pay for the space.

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TEC5V4A-D
annawood   8/27/2014 4:32:35 AM
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The TEC5V4A-D is an electronic module designed for driving TECs (Thermo-Electric Coolers) with high stability in regulating the object temperature, high energy efficiency, zero EMI, and small package.

The module provides interface components for users to configure desired object temperature range, i.e. set-point temperature range;maximum voltage across TEC, i.e. maximum TEC voltage; and the compensation network. The compensation network compensates the high order thermal load and thus stabilizes the temperature control loop.

Features

High Efficiency: ≥90%

Maximum Output Current: 4A

Maximum Output Voltage: VPS - 0.2V

Actual Object Temperature Monitoring

High Stability:0.01°C

High Precision

High Reliability

Zero EMI

Compact Size

100 % lead (Pb)-free and RoHS compliant 

   Analog Technologies,Inc.



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