Thermoelectricity: testing Peltier Module

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Thermoelectricity: testing Peltier Module




by Christophe » 25/02/08, 15:17

I just received a small Peltier module commissioned following this discussion:

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- I max .: 6.0A
- delta T max .: 67 ° C
- voltage: 15.4V
- Q max .: 15.4V
- number of couples: 127
- Melcor type: CP1.4-127-06L
- dimensions: 40 x 40 x 3.8mm
- weight: 21.8g

We play with? :)
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by Padawan » 25/02/08, 15:41

Hello,
I had done some manips for Peltier students
see the video:
https://www.econologie.com/thermo-electr ... -3745.html
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by Christophe » 25/02/08, 15:47

Hey Padawan! Back on this forum? :)

Superb video I will hardly get to do better ...

If I read well: 44.X ° C delta, 1.160 V and how much mA?

ps: oops the answer in the rest of the video :)
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by Capt_Maloche » 25/02/08, 15:56

Hello and thank you

Delta T °?
Power restored?
Estimated yield?
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by Christophe » 25/02/08, 15:56

It's in the video maloche :)

Delta = 44.X-16.X ° C

1.83 V max and 25 mA
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by Christophe » 25/02/08, 16:05

Padawan, did you lead the experiment to the end? In order to make a complete energy balance? That is to melt all the ice and cool all the water and measure all the available electrical energy?
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by Padawan » 25/02/08, 16:06

ReHello !!
Yes indeed the family has grown and time passes ... !!!
For the little question I worked with modules
that we find everywhere, but there are monsters
with a fairly good performance and it worked! I saw some in labs of several hundred watts.
see absolutely the searches:

http://www.hi-z.com/
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by Christophe » 25/02/08, 16:10

Oh, happy to see you again (it was not too hard at night bottle?)

And at high temperature what does a peltier look like? For example if I put my cell on a stove with a coupling liquid and a heat sink next to "cold"?

The hot = stove area = 200 to 400 ° C
The foid = air

What exactly does "delta T max .: 67 ° C" mean? That beyond it crame or that it produces "less"?
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by Padawan » 25/02/08, 17:28

Yes for operation on
a stove (I tested on a "Rosière") but be careful! the modules are welded together by an amalgam which melts very quickly even being protected by the ceramic plates, a hot spot must be found on the stove pipe! not too much! (150,180 °) .... but hey with this type of module either burn it or get it
3 to 4V with 200mA max .... you have to see beefier to keep
very high temperatures (see the famous site because what you are looking for is already the module HZ 20)
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by Christophe » 20/03/08, 11:30

Here is a doc with curves in "cooling" operation: https://www.econologie.com/effet-peltier ... -3746.html and a long discussion on the subject:
https://www.econologie.com/forums/effet-pelt ... t2630.html

And a little peltier effect module to buy
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