Heat Sink/Coolers/Enclosure

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    Heat Sink (2.5 x 2.5)

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    Heat Sink (2.5 x 2.5)

    Thermoelectric cooling, aluminum heat sink for cooling.

    65.00 55.00
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    TEC1 12715 136.8W 12V-15.4V 15A Peltier

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    TEC1 12715 136.8W 12V-15.4V 15A Peltier

    Utilized in high-end consumer, commercial, and military-grade applications for extreme performance and maximum energy efficiency, TEC1 Peltier Modules provide unmatched temperature differentials (DTmax) in cooling or heating applications. TEC1-12715 Peltier Modules from electron.com measure 50x50x3.9mm and offer 68˚C Delta T max (DTmax) at a maximum operating temperature of 138˚C. Capable of performing to exacting specifications, cooling or heating with precision in extreme environments, TEC1 Peltier Modules from electron.com have rapidly become an industry standard for numerous exacting thermoelectrics.

    940.00 900.00
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    TEC1-12706 12V 6A , 60 WATT Peltier

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    TEC1-12706 12V 6A , 60 WATT Peltier

    Thermoelectric cooling uses the Peltier effect to create a heat flux between the junction of two different types of materials. A Peltier cooler, heater, or thermoelectric heat pump is a solid-state active heat pump which transfers heat from one side of the device to the other, with consumption of electrical energy, depending on the direction of the current. Such an instrument is also called a Peltier device, Peltier heat pump, solid state refrigerator, or thermoelectric cooler (TEC). They can be used either for heating or for cooling (refrigeration), although in practice the main application is cooling. It can also be used as a temperature controller that either heats or cools. TEC devices can also be used for generating electricity by simply heating the one side.

    335.00 310.00
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    Transistor Heat Sink

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    Transistor Heat Sink

    A heat-sink is designed to remove heat from a transistor and dissipate it into the surrounding air as efficiently as possible. Heat-sinks take many different forms, such as finned aluminium or copper sheets or blocks, often painted or anodised matt black to help dissipate heat more quickly. Good physical contact between the transistor and heat-sink is essential, and a heat transmitting grease (heat-sink compound) is smeared on the contact area before clamping the transistor to the heat-sink.

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