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MD Series of Single & Multistage TE Modules

MD Series thermoelectric coolers are based on RMT high-density pellets placement technology. The distance between elements is reduced, comparing with regular technology TECs. This allows to reduce the size of thermoelectric cooler keeping the same performance as regular type, or to increase the cooling capacity up to 100% with the same size as regular TEC has. There are four MD Series available MD03, MD04, MD06 and MD10. The difference between series is in internal pellets cross-section, performance parameters range and overall dimensions. MD03 Series is developed specially for cooled TOSA applications.

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HD pellets placement technology
Switching to smaller form factor keeping the same performance
The increasing of TEC cooling capacity without size change

Thermoelectric cooler of MD Series are based on RMT HD pellets technologies with high density pellets placement. MD04, MD06 and MD10 Series are based on HD technology with about 250 pellets per 1cm2 density. MD03 Series of low current TECs is based in RMT advanced HD technology (more than 400 elements per 1cm2). MD2 Series has a unique range of TEC with 1100(!) elements per 1cm2. Each TEC Series has it’s own advantages depending on application conditions and requirements.

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Hint: HD technology TECs are not a “must-do” replacement for regular types. The decision which thermoelectric cooler to apply - from RMT standard Series or MD - depends a lot from application. Standard and HD technology thermoelectric coolers may have same dimensions by different performance and power consumption. The best choice depends from application conditions and requirements. Please, contact RMT Ltd to get the precise estimations for your application or use TECCad (Windows) or iTECPad (for iPad) software.