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Adaptive, a registered trademark and an ecommerce site of European Thermodynamic private company, was introduced in 2006. European Thermodynamic was established in 2001 and is a UK-based company that introduced Adaptive as a brand consisting of highly reliable thermal controllers, coolers, generators, power generation components, and assemblies. European thermodynamics has highly innovative research and development in thermoelectric energy and designs. Adaptive’s power management thermoelectric generators and thermal management thermoelectric coolers are renowned brands for thermoelectric products that are widely used in multiple ranges of thermal energy and automotive applications. Adaptive’s thermal management harvesting also consists of exquisite products such as thermoelectric generator modules, solar panels, energy harvesting kits, and many more.

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Joshua Bradley
17 Jan, 2023

Adaptive is committed to doing things right the first time. So even if I have to wait for my products, I am convinced that they are committed to doing things professionally before shipping their products.

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ADEH-K-A, Adaptive

ADEH-K-A, Adaptive

The Adaptive energy harvesting kit is optimised for either a very low input voltage thermoelectric generator (TEG) or a photovoltaic source. Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) technology and a high efficiency boost converter have also been added to energy harvesting board in the kit for optimum operation. The Adaptive energy harvesting kit is a complete solution for energy harvesting, storage and management. The kit allows you to test energy harvesting designs and solutions and it is suitable for designers, developers or hobbyists. It can also be used to provide an additional power source for RaspberryPi, Arduino, BBC Microbit and BeagleBone projects. Thermoelectric and photovoltaic energy harvester Power rail controller Sectioned for three independent functions MPPT technology High efficiency boost converter
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ET-287-10-13-E, Adaptive

ET-287-10-13-E, Adaptive

Peltier Effect Thermoelectric Module Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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ET-241-14-15-RS, Adaptive

ET-241-14-15-RS, Adaptive

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied. Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts Up to 150˚C continuous operation Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder Applications in refrigeration and power generation Silicone sealed options Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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ET-190-1010-1212-RS, Adaptive

ET-190-1010-1212-RS, Adaptive

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied. Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts Up to 150˚C continuous operation Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder Applications in refrigeration and power generation Silicone sealed options Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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ET-031-10-20-RS, Adaptive

ET-031-10-20-RS, Adaptive

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied. Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts Up to 150˚C continuous operation Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder Applications in refrigeration and power generation Silicone sealed options Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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DT-AR-020-12, Adaptive

DT-AR-020-12, Adaptive

Adaptive Thermoelectric Cooling Assembly - Peltier Effect Heat Pump Adaptive thermoelectric cooling assemblies are compact devices that can be used to cool down objects through convection (air-to-air) or conduction (direct-to-air). Reliable, compact design Intricate control over temperature DC operation High Coefficient of Performance (COP) With air-to-air assemblies, heat is pumped from one side of the thermoelectric assembly (i.e. cold side) by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated from the other side of the assembly (i.e. hot side) to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans. With direct-to-air assemblies, the objects to be cooled down are mounted onto the metallic plate at the 'cold side' of the assembly from where heat is pumped by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans at the hot side. Thermoelectric Assemblies
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ET-127-14-11-RS, Adaptive

ET-127-14-11-RS, Adaptive

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied. Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts Up to 150˚C continuous operation Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder Applications in refrigeration and power generation Silicone sealed options Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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AR-AR-040-12, Adaptive

AR-AR-040-12, Adaptive

Adaptive Thermoelectric Cooling Assembly - Peltier Effect Heat Pump Adaptive thermoelectric cooling assemblies are compact devices that can be used to cool down objects through convection (air-to-air) or conduction (direct-to-air). Reliable, compact design Intricate control over temperature DC operation High Coefficient of Performance (COP) With air-to-air assemblies, heat is pumped from one side of the thermoelectric assembly (i.e. cold side) by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated from the other side of the assembly (i.e. hot side) to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans. With direct-to-air assemblies, the objects to be cooled down are mounted onto the metallic plate at the 'cold side' of the assembly from where heat is pumped by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans at the hot side. Thermoelectric Assemblies
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ET-063-08-15-RS, Adaptive

ET-063-08-15-RS, Adaptive

Thermoelectric Cooler Modules, Adaptive The Thermoelectric modules utilise the Peltier phenomenon principle to pump heat when voltage is applied. Effective cooling power from mW to a hundred of Watts Up to 150˚C continuous operation Modules can be bonded using heat sink bonder Applications in refrigeration and power generation Silicone sealed options Thermoelectric Modules - Peltier Effect A range of semiconductor thermoelectric devices working on the Peltier effect. When supplied with a suitable electric current, they can either cool or heat. When subject to an externally applied temperature gradient these devices will generate a small amount of electrical power.The larger devices can be used for cooling or controlling the temperature of sub-assemblies. The small size of the mini module makes it ideally suited for cooling miniature electronic components such as infra-red detector chips, microwave IC's, fibre-optic lasers and detectors.,Alternatively, it may be used to minimise the effects of temperature coefficients on oscillator stability, reference voltages, amplifier offsets etc. by providing temperature control. Solid-state long term stability Generates no acoustic noise
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AR-AR-060-24, Adaptive

AR-AR-060-24, Adaptive

Adaptive Thermoelectric Cooling Assembly - Peltier Effect Heat Pump Adaptive thermoelectric cooling assemblies are compact devices that can be used to cool down objects through convection (air-to-air) or conduction (direct-to-air). Reliable, compact design Intricate control over temperature DC operation High Coefficient of Performance (COP) With air-to-air assemblies, heat is pumped from one side of the thermoelectric assembly (i.e. cold side) by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated from the other side of the assembly (i.e. hot side) to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans. With direct-to-air assemblies, the objects to be cooled down are mounted onto the metallic plate at the 'cold side' of the assembly from where heat is pumped by Peltier thermoelectric modules and dissipated to the environment through the use of bespoke heat sinks and highly efficient DC fans at the hot side. Thermoelectric Assemblies