Used to source, detect, and control light, optoelectronics are increasingly important in a wide range of automotive, telecom, and industrial applications. With high beam quality and lowenergy consumption, optoelectronics offer superior performance at a low cost. Due to the potentially high-temperature environments in which these optoelectronic components operate, active thermoelectric coolers are used for temperature stabilization to ensure maximum performance and long-life operation.
To ensure the long-term performance of portable medical instruments, and the accuracy of their test results, precise temperature stabilization is critical. Thermoelectric coolers offer a more compact, cost-effective and reliable means to control temperature compared to other thermal technologies.