Thermoelectric Cooler Assemblies
Digital microscopes utilizing CCD or CMOS sensor-based cameras need to maintain very precise temperature control to provide high resolution images and ensure long-life operation of the device. Delivering a cooling capacity of 400 Watts and a temperature stability of ±0.05°C, the NRC400 Recirculating Chiller exceeds requirements for microscopy imaging applications.
Laird Thermal Systems has introduced a series of thermoelectric assemblies (TEAs) designed for use in outdoor environments. The Outdoor Cooler Series are compact (cooling objects via convection) air-to-air TEAs said to provide a lower total cost of ownership by maintaining the appropriate temperature range using minimal energy due to its high coefficient of performance (COP).
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.
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.
High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is a technique used for analysis of liquid mixtures by separating, identifying, and quantifying their constituent components. Liquid chromatography normally operates with smaller amounts of material and seeks to measure the relative proportions of analytes in a mixture. R&D laboratories in the pharmaceutical, food science and oil industries use these instruments for product development or reverse engineering.