Stacking Cheap Peltier Modules - Lower than -40°C

author Ernő Némethy   1 год. назад

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Membuat AC / Kulkas Mini VLOG54

Bahan bahan : Peltier fan dan pendingin prosesor waterblock pompa air mini aquarium selang waterpass power supply switching 12v minimal 5A dan wadah air. Bagian panas nya harus benar benar di dinginkan seperti yang saya lakukan dengan menggunakan air dingin agar bagian dingin nya lebih dingin lagi atau panas nya dibuang oleh kipas, itu sesuai kreasi kalian. Nah dengan sangat mudah kita bisa membuat AC atau Kulkas mainan dari peralatan elektronik yang dijual disekitar kita. Harga nya juga tidak terlalu mahal karena sebagian besar kalian bisa gunakan dari barang barang yang sudah tidak terpakai.

Powerful Cooler Box - DIY Peltier Freezer

This is how to make a powerful thermoelectric cooler box. It was able to reach -7°C in just 10 minutes. This is great results as I was only able to reach 0°C in my previous attempt. I love peltier projects, I find them very interesting and if you would like to join me, go ahead and pick up the necessary components here: BIG heatsink: 200W peltier: Fan: Small heatsink: Temperature controller: Hinge STL: The setup is highly inefficient running at 10A. You could save a signifcant amount of power by going nuts with the insulation and therefore take advantage of the temperature controller and use it to turn the peltier on or off at a set temperature. I was using thick 30mm foam, but in order to avoid too big of a mess I later changed to 6mm depron foam. It might not be as good of a insulator, but it is more stiff which might be valuable. My Favourite 3D Printer: Creality CR-10 Golden: Creality CR-10 Blue: Follow Simon Sörensen: Facebook: Instagram: Watch More RCLifeOn: More 3D printing: DIY projects: 3D-printer reviews: Everything radio controlled:

Launchpad || DIY or Buy || Keyboard Matrix & MIDI Tutorial

$2 for 10PCBs (24 Hour Fast Build): Previous video: Facebook: Twitter: Support me for more videos: More project information (wiring schematic, pictures, ....) on Instructables: You can buy the commercial launchpad here: (affiliate links) Parts list (incomplete, see Instructables for more, affiliate links): WS2812 LEDs: 1x Arduino Nano: 36x Tactile Switch: 36x 1N4002 Diode: 2x Perfboard: Ebay: WS2812 LEDs: 1x Arduino Nano: 36x Tactile Switch: 36x 1N4002 Diode: 2x Perfboard: In this episode of DIY or Buy I will be showing you how I created my own launchpad. That means I will show you how I combined a design idea with 3D Prints, WS2812 LEDs, tactile switches and an Arduino to create a proper MIDI instrument. While building I will also tell you a bit about a keyboard matrix and in the end determine what advantages the DIY Launchpad offers. Let's get started! Websites which were shown during the video: Thanks to JLCPCB for sponsoring this video Visit to get professional PCBs for low prices Music: 2011 Lookalike by Bartlebeats Killing Time, Kevin MacLeod (

Power generation method 99% of people don't know 【Thermoelectric Generator】

This small thermoelectric power generator has only one peltier module(40×40), and possible to move 6 high power motors use a cup of boiled water and a little cold water. This generator is worked by temperature difference. This is a high efficiency type thermoelectric power generator. 【Part 2】 → 【My YouTube channel】

How It's Made: Ice Machines

In 2009, How It's Made visited Ice-O-Matic's factory headquarters, located in Denver, CO. This episode originally aired in December of 2009 on the Science Channel.

Cooling with peltier modules.
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