TECHILL Series, Liquid Cooling, Heating

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ATS-TECHILL-3500A
THERMOELECTRIC (TEC) BASED CHILL
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20 A
5°C ~ 50°C
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Temperature Control
Active, Recirculating Chiller/Heater
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15.70" L x 28.40" W x 26.60" H (398.8mm x 721.4mm x 675.6mm)
1GPM (3.79LPM)
TECHILL
180 ~ 264VAC
3 kW
ATS-TECHILL-1400A
THERMOELECTRIC (TEC) BASED CHILL
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
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20 A
5°C ~ 50°C
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Temperature Control
Active, Recirculating Chiller/Heater
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15.70" L x 28.40" W x 26.60" H (398.8mm x 721.4mm x 675.6mm)
1GPM (3.79LPM)
TECHILL
180 ~ 264VAC
1.4 kW

About  Liquid Cooling, Heating

Thermal liquid cooling encompasses a diverse array of technologies, including heat exchangers, immersion chillers, recirculating chillers, recirculating chiller/heaters, and cold plates, catering to a wide range of power ratings from 22W to 5000W. These systems are designed to manage the transfer of heat within electronic and mechanical equipment by utilizing a liquid coolant. The flow rates of these thermal liquid cooling systems vary significantly, ranging from 0.61 gallons per minute (2.3 liters per minute) to 3.96 gallons per minute (15.0 liters per minute). This wide range allows for flexibility in accommodating different cooling requirements across various applications. Moreover, the thermal resistance of these systems also spans a broad spectrum, from 0.0055°C/W at 2.0 gallons per minute to 0.084°C/W at 1.5 gallons per minute. This variation in thermal resistance provides the capability to tailor the cooling performance based on specific heat dissipation needs and environmental conditions. These thermal liquid cooling solutions are utilized across industries where precise temperature control and efficient heat dissipation are critical. They find applications in cooling high-power electronic components, laser systems, medical equipment, and industrial machinery, among others. In summary, thermal liquid cooling systems encompass a diverse range of technologies designed to manage heat transfer within electronic and mechanical equipment. With varying flow rates and thermal resistance, these solutions offer flexibility and precision in addressing the cooling needs of different applications, contributing to the reliability and optimal performance of critical systems.