Thermoelectric Peltier Cooler/Generator
coolers (TEC or Peltier) create a temperature differential on each side. One
side gets hot and the other side gets cool. Therefore, they can be used to
either warm something up or cool something down, depending on which side you
use. You can also take advantage of a temperature differential to generate
This Peltier works very well as long as you remove the heat from the hot side. After turning on the device, the hot side will heat quickly; the cold side will cool quickly. If you do not remove the heat from the hot side (with a heat sink or other device), the Peltier will quickly reach stasis and do nothing. We recommend using an old computer CPU heatsink or other block of metal to pull heat from the hot side. We were able to use a computer power supply and CPU heatsink to make the cold side so uncomfortable we could not hold our finger to it.
A thermoelectric cooling (TEC) module is a semiconductor-based electronic component that functions as a small heat pump. By applying DC power source to a TEC, heat will be transferred from one side of the module to the other. It creates a cold and hot side. They are widely used in industrial areas, for example, computer CPU, CCDs, portable refrigerators, medical instruments, and so on.
There are 127 couples in single module; 40mm x 40mm size module is a single stage module which is designed for cooling and heating up to 90°C applications.
Also Known as Thermoelectric cooling modules, thermoelectric modules, Peltier modules, thermoelectric cooling module.
· Rated voltage: 12V
· Rated power: 50~72W
· Material: Plastic + ceramics
· Internal resistance: 1.98 Ohm +/- 10%
· Power Cord : 350mm
· Dimensions (LxWxH) : 40mm x 4mm x 40mm
Power ON the device only with proper Heat-sink setup to avoid any burning/damage or malfunction of the device!