Thermoelectric Cooling Chip


A thermoelectric cooling chip, also known as a thermoelectric module or Peltier device, is a solid-state device that utilises the Peltier effect of semiconductor materials to provide active cooling. A direct current passes through the semiconductors in series of the thermoelectric cooling chip to form a couple where the two ends can absorb and release heat respectively to precisely control temperature.

Precise temperature control
Active component with high reliability
Small size and lightweight


Best for high power applications
Electronic components: IC, CPU, MOS, LED, Motherboard, Power Supply, Heat Sink,
LED TV, Notebook, PC, Telecom Device, Wireless Hub, etc.
DDR II Module, Hand-set applications, etc.


Thermoelectric Cooling Chip property table

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