Thermoelectrics / Seeback

The Thermal power, thermoelectric power, or Seebeck coefficient of a material measures the magnitude of an induced thermoelectric voltage in response to a temperature difference across that material. The thermal power has units of (V/K). In recent years much interest has been shown in various methods of direct conversion of heat into electricity. Waste heat from hot engines and combustion systems could save billions of dollars if it could be captured and converted into electricity via thermoelectric devices.

LSR-3 - Seebeck Coefficient - Electric Resistivity

Most advanced Seebeck Coefficient and Electric Resistivity (LSR) characterisation of Bulk material and Thin-Films Using the Linseis LSR-Platform, thermoelectric materials in the form of solid material as well as in the form of thin films can be characterized almost completely. In...

LZT Meter

LZT-Meter – Perfect tool for thermoelectric applications Temperature range: -150 up to 500°C RT up to 800 RT up to 1100/1500°C   The Linseis LZT Meter is the world’s first commercially available instrument that...

TFA - Thin film analyser

Unique device for a comprehensive thin film characterization from the nm to the µm scale Revolutionary physical properties thin film characterization system. Highly integrated and easy to use measurement platform. Physical properties of thin films differ from bulk material, as parasitic surface effects...