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Thermoelectric Air Conditioners cool small enclosures.

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June 25, 2014 - Measuring 6 x 4.75 x 6.6 in., Models AHP-250 and AHP-270 offer 129 BTU/hr and 161 BTU/hr, respectively. Enclosure coolers are built with industrial or military grade fans and are suitable for range of environments including mil-spec and NEMA-4X enclosures. Offering maintenance-free electronics protection solution for hard-to-access areas, coolers are suited for military cases, mobile electronics, alarm systems, communications, cameras, and even small kiosks.

Thermoelectric Cooling America Corp. (TECA)

4048 W. Schubert Ave., Chicago, IL, 60639, USA

Original Press Release

Compact with More Cooling: Thermoelectric Air Conditioners

Press release date: June 23, 2014

For smaller applications in any environment, TECA introduces a new line of compact enclosure coolers. The AHP-250 and AHP-270 Models improve on existing thermoelectric air conditioners for small enclosures. Design features include more compact dimensions and greater cooling performance for the size. The AHP-250 and AHP-270 both measure 6 x 4.75 x 6.6 inches and offer 129 BTU/hr and 161 BTU/hr respectively.

Built with high-quality industrial or military grade fans, these enclosure coolers are suitable for a range of environments including mil-spec and NEMA-4X enclosures and they excel in high ambient temperatures. Possible applications include cooling/heating of military cases, mobile electronics, alarm systems, communications, cameras and even small kiosks.

Reliable thermoelectric technology is the perfect maintenance free electronics protection solution for hard-to-access areas. TECA’s air conditioners do not require filters, coolant or chemicals of any kind. There are no moving parts except for the fan. We use robust thermoelectric modules and our air conditioners boast a long service life.

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