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Auto-Ranging Thermoelectric Air Conditioner Protects Electronics in Various Environments
Warminster, Pa. — March 27, 2015 — EIC Solutions, Inc., a leading manufacturer of thermoelectric air conditioners, electronic enclosures, and transit cases, has introduced the Auto-Ranging (M105) product line.
The ThermoTEC 141, 145, and 151 Series features an auto ranging power capability. This is an advanced circuit design, which allows the units to run on 120 or 240 AC power. The auto ranging feature automatically tracks and optimizes available voltage to provide unimpeded cooling. This offering is particularly useful in mobile applications where available voltage may vary. It is also applicable for OEM’s manufacturing systems in both voltages.
“The Auto-Ranging Series (M105) coolers are a rugged, durable unit designed for a variety of applications. The flexibility of these auto ranging units makes them the ideal choice for virtually any power scenario, eliminating the need for transformers,” said Lori Galdo, EIC sales engineer. “This design is also a great fit for the early phases of a project where the AC power supply is undefined.”
Operating at temperatures of up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, the ThermoTEC Auto-Ranging (M105) units are manufactured to NEMA 4X standards to provide maximum protection against environmental variables.
ThermoTEC Auto-Ranging (M105) series air conditioners are easily integrated into existing enclosures or can be configured with an enclosure, as a complete solution by EIC Solutions. The unit keeps the temperature inside the enclosure at safe operating levels to help assure accurate and effective performance of a variety of electronics such as sensors, computers, telecommunication systems, surveillance devices, and control panels.
The ThermoTEC Auto-Ranging (M105) series air conditioner is available with a heating option for environments that experience fluctuating temperature ranges. The 141 and 145 series are available with a 12-inch narrow flange to accommodate shallow depth enclosures.
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