Optical Transceivers

Advanced Thermoelectric Cooling for Optoelectronics

Introduction

Used to source, detect, and control light, optoelectronics are increasingly important in a wide range of automotive, telecom, and industrial applications. With high beam quality and low energy consumption, optoelectronics offer superior performance at a low cost. Due to the potentially high-temperature environments in which these optoelectronic components operate, active thermoelectric coolers are used for temperature stabilization to ensure maximum performance and long-life operation.




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Active Cooling of Optical Transceivers

Introduction

Tier 1 OEM’s in telecom infrastructure market are designing the next standard for telecommunications, 5G. It will provide faster data transmission speeds than current LTE (4G) systems, approaching broadband speeds achieved with landlines. The latency will be much lower, reducing the number of times packets need to be resent. This will be great for mobile users in densely populated areas trying to stream movies, music or live TV on their smart devices. 




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Optical Transceivers

Used to receive and transmit data, optical transceivers are key components of telecommunication networks. With the ability to convert electrical signals into light signals, optical transceivers enable high data transmission at very far distances. 

SDA-130-24-02 Direct-to-Air

The SDA-130-24-02 Direct-to-Air thermoelectric assembly is a high performance thermoelectric based heat pump. It is designed to temperature control small chambers used in medical diagnostics or sample storage compartments in analytical instrumentation. This unique, patent pending design offers a high performance hot side heat dissipation mechanism that convects heat more efficiently than conventional heat exchanger technologies. The design utilizes custom thermoelectric modules to maximize cooling capacity and premium grade fans to reduce noise.


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DAT-105-12-02 Direct-to-Air

The DAT-105-12-02 is a thermoelectric based air conditioner designed to temperature control small chambers used in analytical and medical diagnostic instruments. The unique design offers premium fans pushing air across-high density heat sinks to minimize the number of air flow paths required to operate. The design utilizes custom thermoelectric modules to maximize cooling capacity with a high coefficient of performance. Moisture resistant insulation is used to keep condensation from penetrating the TEM cavity. The unit operates on DC and is designed for an indoor lab use environment.


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DAT-065-12-02 Direct-to-Air

The DAT-065-12-02 is a thermoelectric based air conditioner designed to temperature control small chambers used in analytical and medical diagnostic instruments. The unique design offers premium fans pushing air across-high density heat sinks to minimize the number of air flow paths required to operate. The design utilizes custom thermoelectric modules to maximize cooling capacity with a high coefficient of performance. Moisture resistant insulation is used to keep condensation from penetrating the TEM cavity. The unit operates on DC and is designed for an indoor lab use environment.


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DAT-040-12-02 Direct-to-Air

The DAT-040-12-02 is a thermoelectric based air conditioner designed to temperature control small chambers used in analytical and medical diagnostic instruments. The unique design offers premium fans pushing air across-high density heat sinks to minimize the number of air flow paths required to operate. The design utilizes custom thermoelectric modules to maximize cooling capacity with a high coefficient of performance. Moisture resistant insulation is used to keep condensation from penetrating the TEM cavity. The unit operates on DC and is designed for an indoor lab use environment.


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