Phononic’s solid-state thermal technology sets a new standard in thermoelectrics.
Thermoelectric devices – How they work
A thermoelectric device is made up of specialized semiconducting materials connected in a circuit that is sandwiched between two thermally conductive ceramic substrates. When the circuit is energized heat is moved electronically in the direction of the current creating a temperature difference between the two sides of the device.
Phononic – How we do things differently
We’ve taken on complex thermal, mechanical, and electrical challenges—and solved them. Phononic’s design approach allows for thermoelectric technology to be implemented in a rugged, interchangeable, and easily integrated package, minimizing manufacturing loss and reaching new levels of reliability and efficiency.
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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!
The Unlimited Potential of Solid-State
Our solid-state chip is displacing compressors and enabling industries to transform with next generation product designs. Read more about our technology.