Transportation

Advancements in transportation technology require continued innovations in thermal management solutions. For example, autonomous systems or industrial x-ray inspection systems, provide numerous benefits, however at increased temperatures that devices and systems must endure. Active cooling mechanisms featuring the use of high temperature thermoelectric coolers provide the thermal management solution needed to operate each system within an acceptable temperature range and optimize their performance. 

Autonomous Systems

Advancements such as automotive infotainment and navigation systems have significantly increased the amount of information available to drivers in Heads-up displays (HUDs). Presenting this much information requires a larger capacity Heads-up display system, requiring more power and generating more heat. Keeping the HUD temperature below the maximum operating temperature presents a need for active cooling.
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Digital Light Processors

Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology is being applied in automotive applications such as Head-up-Displays and in Smart Headlights to provide brighter, more focused light in front of the vehicle. DLP systems operate in high-heat environments and require an active thermal solution to protect the sensitive electronics and ensure long-life performance.
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X-Ray Inspection Systems

Used to scan trucks, vans and other vehicles to ensure safety and security, X-ray inspection systems generate several kilowatts of heat during operation and require cooling of the X-ray tube anode for optimized performance and longer operation life. Liquid cooling systems offer higher efficiencies than air‐based heat transfer mechanisms, which translates into higher reliability, reduced field maintenance, greater system uptime and lower total cost of ownership.
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