CP-200HT-TT

Capacity Rating: 196 watts at a 0°C temperature difference.
Example Applications: Laboratory instruments, component test benches, high-power laser diodes, and cooling corrosive liquids with optional stainless-steel liquid exchangers.
Features: A table-top version of the CP-200HT, the unit additionally has a shroud that encloses the fan and also has legs which stand off the fan from the table top, allowing air to enter freely into the heat sink.

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Capacity Rating: 198 watts at a 0°C temperature difference.
Example Applications: Laboratory instruments, component test benches, high-power laser diodes, and cooling corrosive liquids with optional stainless-steel liquid exchangers.
Features: A table-top version of the CP-200HT, the unit additionally has a shroud that encloses the fan and also has legs which stand off the fan from the table top, allowing air to enter freely into the heat sink. 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.

The CP-200HT-TT has a shroud that encloses the fan and also has legs to stand off the fan from the table top, allowing air to enter freely into the heat sink while the unit is sitting on a table. This is useful for when the cooler will be placed on a flat surface and not integrated into the chassis of an instrument.

This High-Temperature (HT) version extends the allowable heating temperature to 100 °C.  Additionally, the CP-200 HT-TT can be made into a liquid cooler by attaching the LC-SSX1 stainless steel tube liquid exchanger blocks.  This eliminates the issues of the cooled fluid contacting the copper/epoxy/aluminum as in our other liquid coolers and works well for cooling of corrosive liquids, etc.

Features In Summary:

• Table-top operation
• 100 C maximum heating temperature
• 216 x 161 mm (8.5 x 6.0 inch) cold plate surface
• Effective direct contact cooling
• Can be used for heating (100 °C maximum plate temperature, heat/cool “bipolar” temperature controller required)
• Threaded holes in cold plate for easy attachment of object to be cooled
• Threaded hole in side of the cold plate for easy attachment of a temperature sensor
• One or two of the LC-SSX1 stainless steel liquid exchangers can be attached for cooling of corrosive liquids
• CE marked and RoHS compliant

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CP-200HT-TT Data Sheet (HTML Format)

Standard Coolers and Temperature Controllers Catalog

CP-200HT-TT 3D Model in .pdf Format (Requires Adobe Reader 8.0 or higher)

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3D PDF MODEL: Click on the link above to download a 3D model. You can rotate and view the cooler from any angle to better understand the physical properties of the product. (However, wire leads are not shown in the model.) This is a portable document format (.pdf) file, Adobe Reader 8 or higher is all that is required for viewing. 3D content may initially appear as a two-dimensional preview image. Clicking the 3D model with the Hand or Select tool enables (or activates) the model and opens the 3D toolbar.

3D Solid Models
Parasolid: CP-200HT-TT.x_t (best for importing into SolidWorks)
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STEP: CP-200HT-TT.stp
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