Thermoelectric coolers

Feb. 1, 1997

Thermoelectric coolers

Optotec thermoelectric coolers consist of single-stage and multistage standard modules and high-temperature (to +200°C) telecommunications-grade and custom packaging. A single-stage cooler achieves temperature differences greater than 60°C, and a three-stage cooler achieves changes in temperature of greater than 90°C. The coolers are solid-state heat pumps that use the Peltier effect to provide cooling or heating.

Melcor Corp.

Trenton, NJ

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