They are designed for use in devices for the needs of various industries such as production of electronics, medicine, telecommunications and others. These modules provide a temperature difference up to 76K. A wide range of modules will help you to choose the product that meets your requirements.
Multi-stage modules allow achieving a larger temperature difference compared with single-stage cooling modules. At the same time, additional cascades lead to a greater consumption of electrical energy. ECOGEN company produces highly efficient two stage modules from ΔТ to 94К and a unique cooling capacity of up to 95 watts. When constructing three and four stage modules, thermoelectric material are used to build stages efficiently operating at the lowest temperatures. This allows to achieve the maximum value of ΔT up to 140 K, optimal size and efficiency. They are designed for use in deep cooling systems, refrigerators with a large temperature difference and scientific cooling systems. They are also used in photonics.
Thermoelectric assemblies are a thermoelectric device with hot and cold side radiators. Allow customers to integrate cooling and temperature control systems without performing complex engineering calculations. Depending on the method of heat removal from the object to the environment are divided: Devices for the heat regulation. Depending on the type of heat exchangers (air, liquid, or contact) assembly can be used in refrigerators, air conditioners, cooling systems, electronics, automotive industry, etc.
Used for the direct conversion of heat energy into electrical energy. Generating modules are used in the various industries, for autonomous power supply of low-power electrical devices.
Remote power sources, operating through direct conversion of heat energy into electrical energy. The devices are used in the oil and gas industry to supply isolated from a stationary power metering stations, radio relay communication equipment, means of automation and remote control, part of the remote power unit.
The semiconductor material is used in the manufacture of thermoelectric modules as a material for the p and n branches.