Understanding Thermoelectric Temperature Regulation

Electrical terminal in junction box and service by technician. Electrical device install in control panel for support program and control function by PLC. routine visit check equipment by technician.When it comes to highly-functioning applications with optimal performances and yield, a number of factors must be taken into consideration. Take, for example, the applications environment, overall purpose, parts, maintenance, and goals. Without proper knowledge of each of these factors, it would be difficult to apply a thermal management solution and expect it to work optimally. Similarly, temperature regulation will depend heavily on these factors. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will take a look at applications that utilize thermoelectric solutions to regulate internal temperatures and how they perform.

What is the Peltier Effect?

It goes without saying that not all applications function equally. Some require specific parts while others utilize different technology, and it is up to us to create thermal management solutions that precisely meet the parameters of the application in question. When specifically looking at technologies that utilize thermoelectric cooling and heating to get the job done, the process begins with the Peltier Effect.

In order for coolers to create a temperature difference, heat must be transferred between two electrical junctions. Essentially, a voltage is applied across the joined conductors in order to establish an electrical current, which then flows through the junction of the two conductors. During this stage, the circuit removes heat at one junction and transfers it to another junction. While this is happening, the junction that transferred the energy is thus cooling, and the process continues back-and-forth. For more information about this process, reach out to a Noren representative today.

Custom-Created Coolers

Our team utilizes a variety of different technologies to accomplish optimal thermal management while also reducing your carbon footprint. Indeed, our team utilizes an interactive process known as collaborative engineering in order to work closely with your team for the best possible solution. The days have passed since one-size-fits-all solutions were acceptable, and we believe that a thorough understanding of a specific application coupled with factors such as environment, purpose, and more are necessary to help you get the most out of your equipment. To learn more about our collaborative engineering production style or to speak to a member of our team, contact us today.

Optimizing Your Applications

It is one thing to prevent an application from overheating, but it is a completely different notion to do so in a manner that also increases yield, especially in competitive markets. Our team continues to innovate and create in order to find the most optimal solutions, and we are more than happy to help you find yours.

Learn More Today

Quality and production are necessary steps for industry function, and our team is ready to help. For more information about the use of thermoelectricity to regulate temperature, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team today.