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  • The Seebeck Effect and Thermoelectric Coolers

    The Seebeck Effect and Thermoelectric Coolers

    Seebeck Effect is a phenomenon in which a temperature difference between two dissimilar electrical conductors or semiconductors produces a voltage difference between the two substances. Read more!

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  • What is Thermal Design and How is it Used?

    What is Thermal Design and How is it Used?

    Thermal Design is a division of engineering that uses thermodynamics to design technology and products. Learn more about how Phononic uses thermal design!

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  • TEC (Thermoelectric Cooler) Applications

    TEC (Thermoelectric Cooler) Applications

    A TEC is a semiconductor or solid-state device that generates heating and cooling using the Peltier effect. Learn more about applications of TECs!

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  • What is a TEC Controller?

    What is a TEC Controller?

    A thermoelectric cooler (TEC) is used to transport heat away from an object in order to maintain an ideal temperature. This is achieved through the Peltier effect.

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  • How Peltier Coolers Use the Peltier Effect to Heat and Cool

    How Peltier Coolers Use the Peltier Effect to Heat and Cool

    A Peltier Cooler is a device that uses the emission or absorption of heat under an electrical bias at a junction between two conductors to heat or cool.

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