Digital Light Processors (DLP)

Industry TECH DAYS Virtual Conference


Next Gen Thermoelectric Coolers for Optoelectronics

Date: Monday, September 13, 2021

Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 1 hour

Complex manufacturing processes require advanced thermal management solutions to support heat removal and temperature stabilization of optic systems in a wide range of applications. For example, thermoelectric coolers provide superior spot cooling for laser optics and power sources to deliver robust, low-power, and maintenance-free operation. 





Cooling Solutions for Autonomous Systems


Advances in autonomous technologies, such as smart headlights, autonomous systems for collision avoidance, and infotainment systems, require enhanced thermal protection of critical electronics to ensure optimized performance. These emerging intelligent autonomous systems are increasingly complex while decreasing in size and weight. Packing more functionality into smaller footprints has increased the heat flux density and thermal challenges in autonomous systems.





Thermal Management for Optoelectronic Applications

Laird Thermal Systems offers advanced thermoelectric cooling solutions for temperature stabilization of optoelectronic applications.

This brochure provides an overview of products meeting thermal demands of high-temperature optoelectronic devices.




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Cooling for Digital Light Processors

Digital Light Processors make use of millions of micromirrors to produce vibrant, high-resolution images on a screen. The tiny micromirrors are placed on a semiconductor chip, known as a Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). This technology can be found in several industries ranging from Head-up displays and Smart headlights in the automotive market, Smartphones and other display and projection applications to advanced light control in 3D printing.

Peltier Cooling for Digital Light Processors

Introduction

Digital light processors employ a laser light source and millions of tiny mirrors to produce vibrant, high-resolution images for a wide variety of industries and applications. It is critical to maintain an optimum operating temperature during use to prevent degradation of the digital light processing technology. Active cooling solutions utilizing thermoelectric coolers can provide digital light processors thermal management in a wide range of high temperature applications. 




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Autonomous Systems

Advances in autonomous systems such as smart headlights, autonomous systems for collision avoidance, and infotainment systems, require enhanced thermal protection of critical electronics to ensure optimized performance. These emerging intelligent autonomous systems are increasingly complex while decreasing in size and weight. Packing more functionality into smaller footprints has increased the heat flux density and thermal challenges in autonomous electronics.