This new air conditioner still delivers a 2500 BTU cooling output at the same low power draw of 4.6 amps @ 240VAC, but now has been tested and certified in accordance with CE standards.
The ThermoTEC 141, 145, and 151 Series features an auto ranging power capability. This is an advanced circuit design which allows the units run on 120 or 240 AC power. The auto ranging feature automatically tracks and optimizes available voltage to provide unimpeded cooling. This offering is particularly useful in mobile applications where available voltage may vary. It is also applicable for OEM’s manufacturing systems in both voltages.
EIC Solutions, Inc., now offers a digital temperature control (DTC) for fine-tuning of temperature inside air conditioned electronic enclosures. Because DTCs are programmable, the customer can control internal enclosure environments over very specific temperature ranges and time periods. The use of a DTC also enables factoring in variables such as heat load fluctuations and power consumption resulting in more efficient and more effective cooling solutions.
In part two of our blog, we will share with you some of the specific ways EIC Solutions air-conditioners are being used daily. Since 1988, EIC Solutions has worked alongside engineers, contractors and systems integrators for the U.S. military, commercial and industrial manufacturers. Leveraging a complete line of compact, lightweight, solid state thermoelectric coolers for transit cases, electronic cabinets and computer enclosures, EIC ensures that the electronics and electrical controls that these industries rely on operate without failure in harsh environments when it matters most.
Today’s military, commercial and industrial manufacturers have increased the demand for advanced electronics and electrical controls that are designed to operate without failure in harsh environments. Ensuring that these electronics run efficiently and effectively has become an ever greater challenge, which is why EIC Solutions has developed air conditioned transit cases and air conditioned enclosures that protect and cool sensitive electronics when it matters most.
Welcome to part three of our series on Getting to Know Thermoelectric Cooling Technology. In our concluding post we will examine some of the most treacherous environments, inhospitable surroundings and corrosive atmospheres that destroy electronic and electrical devices.
In Part 2 of this series, we would like to focus on computers, sensitive electronics and other mission-critical devices.
EIC Solutions has recently made a new, informative white paper available. This white paper, “Cooling System Options for Electronic Enclosure Cooling: Do Thermoelectric Air Conditioners Have the Advantage?” discusses four popular options for cooling electronic/electrical equipment housed in enclosures and cabinets.
An Optical Diagnostic Solutions company that provides laser-based measurement and diagnostic technologies for industrial, military, and space applications required a solution to regulate temperature in an enclosure encasing an extremely specialized camera system and electronics.