AC-162

Capacity Rating: 159 watts at a 0°C temperature difference.
Example Applications: Electronic enclosures, refrigerators and biomedical equipment where cooling to near-freezing temperatures is desired.
Features: Six thermoelectric modules, extender blocks, and a bonded-fin heat sink and cold sink make this cooler very efficient and compact for its capacity. The bonded-fin cold sink keeps the temperature difference between the enclosure’s air and the cold sink to a minimum. This is especially useful for cooling to temperatures near 0 °C when a less efficient cold sink would allow condensation to freeze on it and restrict airflow. This cooler is powered by 24 VDC, is rated to NEMA 12, and can be customized to achieve NEMA 4. Can be used for heating and cooling. It is compatible with theTC-720 series, TC-36-25 series, and TC-48-20 series temperature controllers.

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Capacity Rating: 159 watts at a 0°C temperature difference.
Example Applications: Electronic enclosures, refrigerators and biomedical equipment where cooling to near-freezing temperatures is desired.
Features: Six thermoelectric modules, extender blocks, and a bonded-fin heat sink and cold sink make this cooler very efficient and compact for its capacity. The bonded-fin cold sink keeps the temperature difference between the enclosure’s air and the cold sink to a minimum. This is especially useful for cooling to temperatures near 0 °C when a less efficient cold sink would allow condensation to freeze on it and restrict airflow. This cooler is powered by 24 VDC, is rated to NEMA 12, and can be customized to achieve NEMA 4. Can be used for heating and cooling. It is compatible with the TC-720 series, TC-36-25 series, and TC-48-20 series temperature controllers. Labeled wiring cables are included free of charge when purchasing interconnected standard products on the same order (thermoelectric cooling assembly or module, temperature controller and/or a power supply). The number of cables included (1-3 pairs) will depend on the number of components being interconnected.

• Cools 45 °C below ambient in a 25 °C environment.
• Cools to near 0 °C temperatures without forming frost on the cold sink.
• Can be used for heating and cooling (requires heat/cool controller).
• Compact, bonded-fin heat sink and cold sink for minimum size and maximum cooling.
• Low maintenance with no moving parts, except the fans.
• Operates in any orientation with minimal noise and vibration.
• CE marked and RoHS compliant.

Six thermoelectric modules, extender blocks, and a bonded-fin heat sink and cold sink make this cooler very efficient and compact for its capacity.  The bonded-fin cold sink keeps the temperature difference between the enclosure’s air and the cold sink to a minimum.  This is especially useful for cooling to temperatures near 0 °C when a less efficient cold sink would allow condensation to freeze on it and restrict airflow. This cooler is powered by 24 VDC, is rated to NEMA 12, and can be customized to achieve NEMA 4. It is compatible with the TC-720 series, TC-36-25 series, and TC-48-20 series temperature controllers.

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AC-162 Data Sheet (HTML Format)

Standard Coolers and Temperature Controllers Catalog

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