Peltier Effect

In 1834, French physicist Jean Peltier discovered that when an electrical
current is passed through a circuit made of dissimilar conducting materials,
heat is absorbed at one junction and given up at the other. This phenomenon
is known as the “Peltier Effect.”

Evolving from Peltier’s original discovery, today’s thermoelectric modules
(TEMs) are highly efficient heat pumps, directly converting electricity into
cooling power.

With their small size, efficiency, reliability, and environmental friendliness,
TEMs are becoming widely accepted as the most effective cooling source for
many applications.