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- adv. By thermoelectric means.
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The temperature sensor was a thermistor and the dew point sensor a Peltier effect thermoelectrically cooled mirror with an electronic feedback system which cooled the mirror undil dew formed on its surface.
Thus the thermoelectrically harvested power is maximized in favor of more energy and better flexibility for the connected application.
A spectrometer equipped with a thermoelectrically cooled CCD gathers the Raman signal from the collection probe.
The deliverables at the end of the three-year project will include low - cost, photonic-integrated transceivers, which obviate the need for expensive, thermoelectrically cooled tunable lasers.
Another interesting innovation was a thermoelectrically cooled two-wheeler helmet, developed by professor MV Rane.
Featuring a high-performance thermoelectrically cooled detector, 80 MHz real-time digital signal processing, and dual state-of-the-art embedded processors for computation, data storage, communication and other functions, the XL3t incorporates many new features directly benefiting the customer.
He said mobile phone radiation could heat the side of the head or potentially thermoelectrically interact with the brain, while Bluetooth devices and "unshielded" headsets could convert the user's head into an effective, potentially self-harming antenna.