Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a broad incorporation of digital and computing devices. Read more ab...
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What is Spot Cooling?
Spot cooling provides temperature stability for sensitive electrical components and enables temperature control of the individual components in a larger system or subsystem.
Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a broad incorporation of digital and computing devices. Read more about IoT and the need for cooling systems.
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!
Data communication (datacom) is the transfer of data using channels like optical fibers. You must manage heat in datacom. Learn more about datacom cooling.
Solid-State Technology and Temperature Monitoring
Temperature monitoring is the assurance of a consistent temperature by being processed through continual tracking and oversight. Automated data logging is the primary way to monitor temperature.
How Heat Load Calculation Works
Heat load calculation is the process of determining heat load for a certain space or quantity of matter. Heat load is the amount of heat energy that needs to be added to maintain a desired temperature
Transceivers and Transceiver Cooling
A fiber optic transceiver is a device that sends and receives data by using fiber optic technology. Read more about transceiver cooling, TOSAs and more.
Optical Component Cooling in a Data Center
A data center is a space where computer systems and servers are housed. They come in many sizes, and can be private or shared. A data center is designed to store and protect the computer systems.
Fiber Optic Communications
Fiber optic communications is a field of science and engineering that uses optical fibers to transmit information. Fiber optic transceivers are a critical piece of a fiber optic network. Read more!
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!
100G Applications and Cooling Needs
100G refers to 100 Gigabit Internet. It is a computer networking technology that can transmit data at rates of 100 gigabits per second. Read more!
Laser Cooling by Phononic
Cooling of lasers is necessary because with active cooling and temperature control, lasers can maintain a more specified signal and data rate. Learn more!
Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR)
LiDAR stands for light detection and ranging. It is also known as laser scanning. Learn more about our solutions for LiDAR to improve your remote sensing!
Thermoelectrics and the Peltier Effect
The Peltier effect is described as when an electrical current flows through a circuit where there are two different types of semiconductors and the result is a heating or cooling effect.
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.
How Thermoelectric Cooling Uses the Peltier Effect
Thermoelectric coolers (TECs) are powered by the Peltier effect. TECs are used for telecom & data applications. Learn more about TECs & Peltier devices!
Heat Pump Applications
A heat pump transfers heat in the opposite way of normal heat transfer, which would naturally move energy from a warm space to a cooler one.
How Peltier Coolers Use the Peltier Effect to Heat and Cool