Butterfly Package TECs
Phononic supports the cooling of butterfly laser packages with high-performance, low power-consumption TECs that withstand the challenges inherent in applications such as pump lasers, photonic integrated circuits, or LiDAR light sources. Butterfly packages require reliable, larger-sized, higher-density heat pumping TECs to support the amplification and transfer of data across extremely long distances. When the quality of global communications is at stake and there’s a massive construction budget on the line, you can’t settle for standard products. All of our TECs are configured to meet your needs.
Discover performance at scale for high-volume production, including an industry-leading, cost-saving non-hermetic TEC platform.
Learn about solutions that offer leading performance, significant reductions in power consumption, and high reliability.
TECs open the door to new functionality and improved sensitivity in LiDAR applications where sensor performance is mission-critical to safety.
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Phononic has developed several strategic partnerships with leaders in the semiconductor industry. These alliances have allowed us to both expand our global footprint through regional channels, as well as deepen our reach within specific vertical markets. Our existing partners include:
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