Peltier Cooler Model 72008/199/160B

Peltier cooler model 72008/199/160B is a member of Ferrotec’s family of modules. The 72008/199/160B peltier cooler is a thermal cycling, 199-couple, 16-amp module. The 'B' code indicates that this standard TEC features a lapped type, plain ceramic surface.


72008/199/160B — Mechanical Characteristics

Base W (mm) 40
Base L (mm) 58
Top W (mm) 40
Top L (mm) 40
Height (mm) 3.33

Performance Values

Values calculated at 50°C. I Max 16 ΔT Max 83
  V Max 28.3 Qc Max 237

Standard Performance Curves

Custom Options

Ferrotec can also customize a Module for you based on the 72008/199/160B.
Note: minimum quantity custom order limitations apply.

About Ferrotec’s Module Family

The peltier coolers in Ferrotec's Thermal Cycling Thermoelectric Module series are specifically designed for temperature cycling applications. Thermal cycling exposes a peltier cooler to demanding physical stresses as the module shifts from heating to cooling, and this can significantly reduce the operational life of a standard TEC. Optimized for thermal cycling, intensive testing has shown that Ferrotec's 70-Series of thermal cycling TECs deliver significantly longer thermal cycling operational life. Typical applications that use these peltier coolers include instrumentation, chillers, PCR devices, thermal cyclers, and analyzers.

Ambient Temperature °C Step 1
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Step 2
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Thermal Resistance (Heat Sink) °C / Watt
Number of Modules
Starting dT °C

72008/199/160B — Performance Curves

Note: Curves shown are calculated on a 'per module' basis.

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