I am looking into using CPU coolers in developing commercial applications with thermoeletric elements (Peltier element). The applications are not related to computers.
My applications will operate in home/office environments, involving common/typical room temperatures as the ambient temperature. The hot side will stay at 25 - 30 °C, cooling the hot side of a thermoelectric element. For information only: The cold side of the thermoelectric element will be at 0 - 3 °C.
So: the delta-t will be a few °C and slightly above room temperature. Heat to be transported: less than 40 W.
Question: Will the designed heat pipe temperature span of your products mach my temperature demands? Or, are your heat pipe temperature design linked to typical CPU temperatures?
Thanking you in advance.