The emergence of high-speed wired networks and broadband services has placed tremendous demands on current and future telecommunication and computing infrastructure. Greater functionality and higher speeds are contributing to increased thermal issues in networking and telecommunications infrastructure equipment. Laird Thermal Systems develop thermoelectric assemblies that effectively address the thermal requirements of the next generation networks.
The new high speed 5G telecommunication standard present thermal challenges for critical components such as optical transceivers. Optical transceivers contain a laser diode that need to be kept below 70°C to ensure no loss of data transmission. Laird Thermal Systems designs thermoelectric cooler assembles to maintain high speeds of next generation 5G networks.
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Today, many electronic cabinets are cooled needlessly with expensive, bulky compressor-based air conditioners. Thermoelectric cooler assemblies offer a smaller, more efficient option to cool or heat vital electronics used in outdoor kiosks and enclosures including telecom, battery backup, industrial and other cabinets.
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When the power to a cellular antenna tower goes out, emergency batteries provide power for up to six hours. However, battery life is significantly reduced by exposure to temperatures outside the optimal range. Thermoelectric cooler assemblies protect back-up battery systems by providing greater cooling power and increased reliability.
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