AMS Technologies presents new Temperature Controller
The new WTCP PWM Temperature Controller from Wavelength Electronics is now available
The WTCP5V5A Temperature Controller delivers all the advantages of Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) control in a PCB-mounted package. The WTCP is compact and efficient, and usually does not require any additional heatsinking. The WTCP temperature controller is perfectly suited for applications requiring high efficiency, low power dissipation, and high stability. Portable, airborne, and other space-constrained temperature control applications are ideal places to use the WTCP.
AMS Technologies' selection of different modules addresses the requirements for low, medium power and high power laser diodes, whether driving single laser diodes, arrays or complete diode laser modules. We offer a range of high precision, ultra stable Temperature Controllers (TEC) for laser diode temperature control.
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AMS Technologies - where technologies meet solutions
AMS Technologies is Europe's leading solution provider and distributor for Optical, Power and Thermal Management Technologies, with 30 years of experience to date and currently serving more than 1000 European customers. AMS Technologies has been delivering solutions into a variety of high-tech markets, including renewable energies, medical, defence & aerospace, telecom & datacom, research & scientific and various other industrial segments. Our customer base consists of Europe's largest leading technology corporations, a network of universities and research institutes as well as the most promising start-ups.
We thrive by working in a 'customer first' environment. Our pan-European customers are serviced from a network of local offices in Germany, the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Sweden, with a focused operations and logistics centre located in Munich, Germany. For further information about AMS Technologies please look at www.amstechnologies.com
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