Peltier Modules

Peltier modules use the Seebeck effect to create a heat flux between the junctions of two different types of materials. They can be used with both heating and cooling applications, although primarily used in a cooling process. These thermoelectric operate by the Peltier effect and have two sides, one brings heat from one side to the other, ensuring the other side gets cooler.
Applications
• Consumer products (portable coolers, AC units)
• Scientific devices
• Military
• Engineers
Features and Benefits
• No moving parts, so considerably less maintenance
• Almost perfect temperature control
• Flexible shape
• Long lasting

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Description Price Maximum Cooling Capacity Maximum Temperature Difference Maximum Current Maximum Voltage Active Area Active Area Length Active Area Thickness Active Area Width Diameter
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RS Stock No. 273-217
Mfr. Part No.FPH1-7104NC
BrandZ-MAX
SGD61.85
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20.9W +77°C 3.9A 8.8V 20 x 20mm 20mm 3.6mm 20mm -
RS Stock No. 189-1582
Mfr. Part No.CP0.8-63-06L
SGD91.21
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9.9W +75°C 2.1A 8.2V dc 24.56 x 12.29mm 24.56mm 3.4mm 12.29mm -
RS Stock No. 693-5110
Mfr. Part No.ET-161-12-14-E
BrandAdaptive
SGD58.30
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62.3W +74K 5A 20V 40 x 40mm 40mm 3.7mm 40mm -
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RS Stock No. 273-267
Mfr. Part No.FPH1-1707NC
BrandZ-MAX
SGD36.41
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8.2W +77°C 6A 2.1V 15 x 15mm 15mm 3.9mm 15mm -
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