Thermoelectric module that converts heat into electrical energy.
Thermoelectric module (Converter) is a semiconductor wafer consisting of two parts – if one side to attach to the warmth and another to cold, it will produce electricity.
Thermoelectric module (TEM) is a unique device of energy conversion of thermal and electric.
Direct conversion of the electrical energy into thermal (heating, cooling) and Vice versa – the thermoelectric effect was discovered in 1821 by Thomas Johann Seabeam in 1834 by Jean-Charles Peltier, in 1858, William Thomson (or Kelvin). Respectively, and are called thermoelectric effects (phenomena) by the name of its discoverers: the Seebeck effect, the Peltier effect, the Thomson effect.
The phenomenon of electric current in a closed circuit, consisting of connected dissimilar conductors, between which there is a temperature gradient, called the Seebeck effect or thermoelectric effect.
Thermoelectric module (Converter) is a semiconductor wafer consisting of two parts — if one side to attach to the warmth and another to cold, it will produce electricity.
Russian scientists have created a thermoelectric semiconductor material, which provides the most high in the world today the rate of conversion of heat into electricity. In addition, the distance between thermocouples — semiconductor plates that are teploperenosa surfaces, was able to separate 16 see Standard thermoelectric module on a flexible substrate has a size 2210 * 189 mm.
Thermoelectric module 60 of the semiconductor transitions can convert thermal energy to electrical in the range from -50 to +250°C. for Example, if one side up to 210-218°C, and the second cooled to 0-1°C, the thermoelectric module 60 of the semiconductor transitions generates a voltage of 0.5 V. In a semiconductor module of their (semiconductor junctions) up to 400 pieces.
– no noise when working,
– reliability in use,
– long service life.
– in air conditioning systems, refrigeration equipment,
– in the devices and systems of ventilation, water supply and drainage for efficient conversion of heat losses in electrical energy.