TO Can TECs
Phononic delivers low-power consumption, high-performance TECs to efficiently cool TO can lasers, all configured for your specific application. This series is ideal for cost-effective lasers from 10G to 50G and beyond, including PON (passive optical networks), wireless network apps, and FTTx applications. This series, including our pico-TEC platform, can be used for cooling common package sizes such as TO56 (5.6mm diameter) and can support even smaller packages such as TO32 or TO40.
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TECs open the door to new functionality and improved sensitivity in LiDAR applications where sensor performance is mission-critical to safety.
Phononic has developed several strategic partnerships with leaders in the semiconductor industry. These alliances have allowed us to both expand our global footprint through regional channels, as well as deepen our reach within specific vertical markets. Our existing partners include:
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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.
Solid-State Technology and It’s Applications
Solid state refers to technology that uses semiconductors to replace mechanical parts. Phononic has been an innovator of solid state technology to deliver a better and more sustainable cooling.
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!