DD IEC/TS 62610-3:2009 - Mechanical structures for electronic equipment. Thermal management for cabinets in accordance with IEC 60297 and IEC 60917 series. Design guide. Evaluation method for thermoelectrical cooling systems (Peltier effect)

DD IEC/TS 62610-3:2009

Mechanical structures for electronic equipment. Thermal management for cabinets in accordance with IEC 60297 and IEC 60917 series. Design guide. Evaluation method for thermoelectrical cooling systems (Peltier effect)

Status : Current   Published : February 2010

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IEC/TS 62610-3:2009(E) provides an evaluation method for thermoelectrical cooling systems (Peltier effect). With this design guide it is possible to calculate the efficiency of the thermoelectrical cooling system (Peltier effect) and its cooling power depending on the ambient temperature and internal temperature. This design guide can also be used to appraise thermoelectrical cooling systems by its efficiency.




Standard NumberDD IEC/TS 62610-3:2009
TitleMechanical structures for electronic equipment. Thermal management for cabinets in accordance with IEC 60297 and IEC 60917 series. Design guide. Evaluation method for thermoelectrical cooling systems (Peltier effect)
StatusCurrent
Publication Date28 February 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 62194:2005
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC/TS 62610-1
International RelationshipsIEC/TS 62610-3:2009
DescriptorsElectronic equipment and components, Racks, Storage equipment, Electrical equipment, Enclosures, Heat, Heat transfer, Thermoelectric devices, Cooling systems, Cooling equipment, Design, Performance testing, Efficiency
ICS31.240
CommitteeEPL/48
ISBN978 0 580 67584 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages34
File Size1.771 MB
Price£218.00


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