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Miniature Thermoelectric Coolers

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Miniature Thermoelectric CoolersThe OptoTEC OTX/HTX series of miniature thermoelectric coolers from Laird Thermal Systems Inc. is designed for high-temperature environments found in telecommunications, industrial, autonomous, and photonics applications.

Featuring next-generation thermoelectric materials, the OptoTEC OTX/HTX series offers a 10% boost in cooling capacity, greater temperature differential and higher efficiency than standard thermoelectric coolers. In footprints as small as 3 × 4 mm, the devices offer high heat pumping capacity and improved temperature stability for optoelectronic applications with tight geometric space constraints.

The high-performance, solid-state cooling devices are specifically designed to control the temperature of heat-sensitive optoelectronic components used in laser diodes, optical transceivers, lidar, CMOS, and IR sensor applications.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2021

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