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SERIES: CP20 │ DESCRIPTION: 2.0 A PELTIER MODULE
FEATURES
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solid state device
small and lightweight
precise temperature control
quiet operation
RoHS
input
voltage
input
current
max
(V)
max
(A)
Th=27°C
(W)
Th=50°C
(W)
Th=27°C
(°C)
Th=50°C
(°C)
CP20151
3.8
2
3.7
4.0
66
72
CP20251
8.6
2
8.5
9.4
66
72
15.4
2
15.2
16.9
66
72
MODEL
CP20351
Notes:
output
Qmax1
output
∆Tmax2
1. maximum cooling capacity at Imax, Vmax, and ∆T=0°C
2. maximum temperature difference at Imax, Vmax, and Q=0W (maximum parameters are measured in a vacuum)
PART NUMBER KEY
CP20 X 51
Base Number
Thickness
Length/Width:
1 = 15 x 15 mm
2 = 20 x 20 mm
3 = 30 x 30 mm
GENERAL
parameter
conditions/description
min
typ
max
units
internal resistance3
CP20151
CP20251
CP20351
1.44
3.33
6.03
1.6
3.7
6.7
1.76
4.07
7.37
Ω
Ω
Ω
solder melting temperature
connection between termoelectric pairs
assembly compression
hot side plate
MTBF
Notes:
3. measured by AC 4-terminal method at 25°C
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138
°C
98.07
10
N/cm2
kgf/cm2
80
°C
200,000
hours
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Input Voltage (V)
CP20151 PERFORMANCE (Th=27°C)
2.0 A
4.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
0.8 A
2.0
0.4 A
0
Heat Pumped (W)
4.0
2.0 A
3.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
2.0
0.8 A
1.0
0.4 A
0
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
CP20151 PERFORMANCE (Th=50°C)
Input Voltage (V)
2.0 A
4.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
0.8 A
2.0
0.4 A
0
Heat Pumped (W)
4.0
2.0 A
1.6 A
3.0
1.2 A
2.0
0.8 A
1.0
0.4 A
0
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
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Input Voltage (V)
CP20251 PERFORMANCE (Th=27°C)
12.0
2.0 A
1.6 A
1.2 A
6.0
0.8 A
0.4 A
0
Heat Pumped (W)
8.0
2.0 A
1.6 A
6.0
1.2 A
4.0
0.8 A
2.0
0.4 A
0
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
10
0
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
Input Voltage (V)
CP20251 PERFORMANCE (Th=50°C)
12.0
2.0 A
1.6 A
1.2 A
6.0
0.8 A
0.4 A
0
2.0 A
Heat Pumped (W)
8.0
1.6 A
6.0
1.2 A
0.8 A
4.0
0.4 A
2.0
0
70
60
50
40
30
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
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Voltage Input (V)
CP20351 PERFORMANCE (Th=27°C)
2.0 A
16.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
0.8 A
8.0
0.4 A
0
Heat Pumped (W)
16.0
2.0 A
12.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
8.0
0.8 A
4.0
0.4 A
0
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
CP20351 PERFORMANCE (Th=50°C)
Voltage Input (V)
2.0 A
16.0
1.6 A
1.2 A
0.8 A
8.0
0.4 A
0
16.0
Heat Pumped (W)
2.0 A
1.6 A
12.0
1.2 A
0.8 A
8.0
4.0
0.4 A
0
ΔT=Th−Tc(℃)
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MECHANICAL DRAWING
units: mm
MATERIAL
0.80 (TYP)
Cold Side
5.1 ±0.01
ceramic plate
Al203 (Alumina)
sealer
silicon rubber RTV
lead wire
UL1430 (22AWG)
joint cover
silicon rubber RTV
PLATING
tin
Hot Side
100.0 5.0
7.0 3.0
L
Red (+)
W
COLD SIDE
Black (-)
MODEL
LENGTH x WIDTH (mm)
CP20151
15 x 15 ±0.3
CP20251
20 x 20 ±0.3
CP20351
30 x 30 ±0.3
REVISION HISTORY
rev.
description
date
1.0
initial release
09/03/2009
1.01
applied new template
05/07/2012
The revision history provided is for informational purposes only and is believed to be accurate.
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