Thermoelectric enclosure coolers for systems with 3-phase power introduced by TECA

CHICAGO, 10 July 2014. ThermoElectric Cooling America (TECA) Corp. in Chicago is introducing thermoelectric enclosure coolers for systems with 3-phase power.

Thermoelectric enclosure coolers for systems with 3-phase power introduced by TECA
Thermoelectric enclosure coolers for systems with 3-phase power introduced by TECA
CHICAGO, 10 July 2014. ThermoElectric Cooling America (TECA) Corp. in Chicago is introducing thermoelectric enclosure coolers for systems with 3-phase power.

TECA's thermal management product line of 3-phase electronics cooling enclosures offers cooling capacity ratings from 2,200 to 6,000 BTUs per hour.

Using thermoelectric technology, TECA's 3-phase air conditioners are reliable, maintenance free, and do not require filters, coolant, or chemicals of any kind. The only moving parts are high quality industrial- and military-grade fans.

TECA's 3-phase air conditioners for electrical cabinets are for high ambient temperatures and can perform in a wide range of environments including NEMA-12, NEMA-4 and NEMA-4X.

Each 3-phase air conditioner has a built in temperature controller with TECA's Eco-Mode" energy efficiency in which the air conditioner uses passive cooling. This passive cooling limits the requirement for active cooling and thus reduces operating costs.

Each 3-phase thermoelectric air conditioner is built with a centrally-located power input cord and large bolting flange for installation. hardware and environmental gasket are included.

For more information contact TECA Corp. online at www.thermoelectric.com.

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