Thermoelectric Module Boost Power, Maintains Small Footprint

Thermoelectric Module Boost Power, Maintains Small Footprint

The TG16-1.0 thermoelectric module is capable of producing twice the power of the company’s first component, the TG8, while maintaining a minimal footprint. Highly efficient, the TG16-1.0 directly converts waste heat into usable electricity and works reliably in extremely high temperature environments, i.e., temperature streams above 1,000ºC. The TG16-1.0 is currently available for sampling to qualified OEMs. A datasheet for the TG8 is available at http://gmzenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Datasheet-TG8-1.0-R1.1.pdf

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