TM 31-1.0-6.0 Thermoelectric Cooling Module
Specifications with Thot = 27 °С
15 x 15 x 3.1
With a Qcmax of 13 watts (Th 27 °C), TM 31-1.0-6.0 is our most powerful single-stage thermoelectric module with a 15 x 15 mm footprint. It's also the thinest.
Used for spot cooling, heating and thermal stabilization and is employed in a wide range of applications including electro-optic/photonic, fiber optic, aerospace/military, telecommunications.
TM 31-1.0-6.0 is frequently used in electro-optic and photonic applications to maintain a constant temperature stabilizing the wavelength of the device or package.
Comprehensive Specifications (Hot-Side Temperature 27 °C)
Imax = 6.0 Amps (Imax is the maximum current at ΔTmax)
Vmax = 3.9 Volts (Vmax is maximum voltage at ΔTmax)
Qcmax = 13 Watts (Qcmax is maximum cooling capacity at Imax, Vmax and ΔT = 0 °C)
ΔTmax = 70 °C (ΔTmax is maximum temperature difference at Imax, Vmax and Qc = 0W)
Internal resistance = 0.45Ω ± 10% as measured by AC 4-terminal method at 25 °C
Operating temperature range: -50 °C ~ +200 °C (Solder melting point: +235 °C)
Thickness tolerance: ± 0.025mm (Lapping to ± 0.01mm available.)
Flatness and parallel variance: ± 0.05mm
Standard lead wires: 22 AWG, Tin (Sn) plated at module interface, with a maximum temperature of +105 °C
(Other wiring options available.)
Maximum recommended compression: 1MPa
Ceramics: Alumina (AL2O3)
Metalized (and tinned) surfaces available
The lot number is printed on the center of the cold-side
Options & Designations (Suffix):
(for example: TM 31-1.0-2.0 "EL")
- Epoxy edge sealing = "E"
- RTV edge sealing = "RTV"
- Lapping to ± 0.01mm = "L"
Dimensions in mm
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Performance Curves (click image for enlargement)
Thermoelectric module performance curves are graphical representations showing the relationships between power applied and net cooling for a specific TE module.
Performance curves are valuable tools for quickly determining if a TE module is a suitable COOLER for an application; learning what power is required for an appropriate module to reach the desired temperature and heat pumping capacity; and to provide the basic information necessary for proper assembly design.
Curves with Th = 27 °C indicate what to expect operating a well designed, fan cooled, assembly in ambient temperatures around 20 °C (70 °F) with an operational "hot-side" temperature or "Th" about 7 °C above ambient.
Curves with Th = 50 °C indicate performance expectations from assemblies with (relative) ambient temperatures in the 40-50 °C range. This includes assemblies with limited heat-sinking space yielding hot-side temperatures about 30 °C above ambient, marginally ventilated enclosures, outdoor, box-in-box, and other applications with warm temperatures around the hot-side of the TE assembly.
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