Benchtop Cold Plate System reaches -100°F.
January 10, 2013 -
Designed for laboratory use, LHP-1200CAS Liquid-Cooled Cascaded Cold Plate System provides direct contact cooling down to -70°C, making it suitable for cooling components, materials, chemicals, and samples. Thermoelectric system uses no chemicals and has no moving parts except for fluid. System includes programmable temperature controller with data logging software, hinged cover, and RS-232 communications. For customized control, user can switch between internal or external RTD sensors.
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Thermoelectric Cooling America Corp. (TECA)
4048 W. Schubert Avenue
Chicago, IL, 60639
New Benchtop System Reaches -100F
TECA Corporation (Chicago, IL), introduces a benchtop Liquid-Cooled Cascaded Cold Plate System for ultra-low temperature cooling. The LHP-1200CAS provides direct contact cooling down to -70C. Designed for laboratory use, the LHP-1200CAS offers versatility and precise control. It can be used to cool components, materials, chemicals, and samples in applications within embedded technology, test and measurement, life science, laboratory research, and other fields.
The versatility of the LHP-1200CAS allows it to be adapted for use in different applications. It can be used with any of the three cascade accessories for low temperature cooling or without the cascade attachment for a larger cooling surface. The user can switch between internal or external RTD sensors for customized control. A programmable temperature controller with data logging software is included. A hinged cover and RS-232 communications are also included. Universal input voltage is standard.
The LHP-1200CAS is a liquid-cooled thermoelectric cold plate system. Thermoelectric systems use no chemicals of any kind. There are no moving parts except for the fluid and are thus virtually maintenance free. The cascade effect creates very low temperatures because each stage adds to the temperature differential of the lower stage. Within the LHPCAS products, three stage sizes and performance levels are available.