TECA debuts thermoelectric air conditioners for space and energy savings

CHICAGO, 11 Jan. 2014. TECA Corp. in Chicago introduces a large, flush-mounted thermoelectric air conditioner well suited to electronics enclosures with limited space.

Jan 11th, 2014
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CHICAGO, 11 Jan. 2014. TECA Corp. in Chicago introduces a large, flush-mounted thermoelectric air conditioner well suited to electronics enclosures with limited space.

Flush-mounted air conditioners provide cooling without physical intrusion into the enclosure. TECA’s new air conditioners mount flush against the enclosure without the aid of additional frames, flanges, or accessories. Environmental gasket and hardware are included to preserve the environmental integrity of the enclosure.

TECA’s newly expanded line allows for reliable thermoelectric cooling in larger applications. High-efficiency “Green Zone” models have a C.O.P. rating of .83, reducing operation costs by using less energy. Increasing the energy savings is TECA’s exclusive Eco-Mode temperature controller feature, which is included in most TECA air conditioner models. In Eco-Mode, the air conditioner acts as a heat exchanger, passively cooling the enclosure. The new line of flush-mounted air conditioners uses up to 85 percent less energy in Eco-Mode than in the active cool mode, officials say.

TECA’s newest flush-mounted thermoelectric air conditioners are configured for environments, including NEMA-12, NEMA-4, and NEMA-4X. Industrial-grade or military-grade fans are used depending on customer requirements. Customization is available.

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