Controller provides closed-loop temperature regulation

Travis, Bill; Salerno, David
May 1997
EDN;05/08/97, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p130
Trade Publication
Features an electronic controller that uses a thermoelectric cooler to provide closed-loop control of the circuit element's temperature. Amount of voltage required by the circuit; Electronic components used on the circuit; Design specification.


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