Peltier Module, 9.9W, 2.1A, 8.2V dc, 24.56 x 12.29mm

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Thermoelectric Modules, Laird Technologies

From Global Component Sourcing, these heat pumps utilise the Peltier Effect to remove heat from the application. They are particularly suited for use within applications where space or access is limited. Peltier effect heat pumps are also highly cost effective when compared to conventional cooling solutions.

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Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect

A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control.

Solid-state long term stability
Generates no acoustic noise

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Cooling Capacity 9.9W
Maximum Temperature Difference +75°C
Maximum Current 2.1A
Maximum Voltage 8.2V dc
Active Area 24.56 x 12.29mm
Active Area Length 24.56mm
Active Area Thickness 3.4mm
Active Area Width 12.29mm
On back order for despatch 06/05/2020, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date.
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 129.59
(exc. GST)
$ 142.55
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 24
$129.59
25 - 49
$123.11
50 - 99
$116.63
100 - 249
$110.16
250 +
$104.65
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