Rittal is promoting its thermostatic electric cooler, which offers flexible and lightweight cooling and precise climate control. It is suitable for accurately controlling the temperature to +/-1K in small enclosures, providing 100W of both heating and cooling. The compact size, light weight and low-vibration operation of the Rittal thermoelectric cooling unit is suited for command panels and support arm systems. The unit may be fitted either externally or, if space around the enclosure is at a premium, internally, leaving only 55mm protruding outside.
Rittal’s cooler may be installed either horizontally or vertically on the wall or door of the cabinet and the optional master/slave adaptor can be used to connect multiple units, providing a scalable and modular option.
Peltier technology requires no refrigerant or chilled water to function; an electrical power supply is all that is needed. The range consists of only two units, a DC and an AC variant, which accept 24V DC and 100-230V AC power supplies, respectively.
The only moving parts of Rittal’s thermoelectric cooler are fans moving air across either side of the solid-state element, which reduce the risk of component failure and maintenance requirements as well as producing less vibration and noise, both acoustic and electrical. Supplied complete with a USB cable and software, both set up and monitoring of operational parameters may be carried out with ease.
To learn more about Rittal’s thermostatic electric cooler, please go to www.rittal.co.uk.