Jan 2000PolyScienceRequest Info
PolyScience's liquid-to-air recirculator provides nonrefrigerated cooling for small Peltier devices, charge-coupled device cameras and other applications where cooling fluid is above ambient temperature. With a temperature range up to 50 °C, the device can remove 400 W of heat when there is a 10 °C difference between ambient air and outlet liquid. The unit has a circulating pump that produces pressures up to 5.2 psi and flow rates up to 0.75 l/min. A centrifugal pump circulates liquid through the heat source and into a fan-cooled, heat-discharging radiator.