FAQ Q. What is the difference between a peltier cooler module and a peltier generator module?A. Both types of module use the thermoelectric effect. This effect is reversible so that both module types can act as a cooler or a generator; if a voltage is applied to a module, it will pump heat, but if a temperature difference is applied across a module a voltage will be produced.Q. I can't see your product on RS or Farnell, how do I purchase it?A. For products that are not available through RS or Farnell (there is no button to click), contact us directly with your requirements e-mail: email@example.com or phone: +44(0)116 279 6899. These products are sold at wholesale and usually require a minimum order of 50 or 100 pieces. Additionally, if you wish to place a large order of a product that is available through one of our distributors, please contact us directing and we will be happy to assist you.Q. The exact specification that I am looking for is not available, can you help?A. Please contact us with your requirements, we may be able to source a standard product for you. If there is no standard product available, we can provide a bespoke solution to fit your needs. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +44(0)116 279 6899Q. What is the difference between heat spreading and heat removal?A. Heat spreading is normally used to prevent hot spots and increase the surface area available for transfer, this is an important thermal management technique in hand held devices, e.g. mobile phones or tablets. Heat removal involves the transfer of heat energy from a source e.g. a micro-processor into a transfer medium, typically a fluid.Q. How much do you charge for thermal analysis?A. Our services are priced on a case by case basis, please e-mail email@example.com or phone us on +44 (0)116 279 6899 with your requirements we will get back to you with a quote.Q. Do you ship to my country?A. We ship products worldwide subject to minimum order quantities and delivery charge.Q. I want to get involved with an R&D project. Who do I need to speak to?A. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. All research requests will be passed onto our Technical Director who assess the viability of research projects.