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The Peltier Fridge

This fridge contains the following models which are not included in this download. Thank you very much to these vastly talented designers:
SOSS Hinge SOSS No 212 Hinge
Cooling Fan fan
HeatSink Heatsink
Luxeon LED Luxeon III Star
Rocker Switch switch
Trigger Switch Switch Panasonic AM5
E20 Transformer E20 FERRITE TRANSFORMER

Models I've created for this project(included):
Wire Shelf Wire Mesh Shelf
MC37 Touch latch MC-37 Touch Latch

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Comments:

  • Marcus Wolschon
    Marcus Wolschon about 1 year ago

    Finally someone who mentions the license of his files on GrabCAD. :)

    Why a peltier? Aren't they terribly inefficient compared to a heat-pump and thus only used for small cooling boxes where efficiency is less of an issue then weight, cost and size?

  • Daniel Roberts
    Daniel Roberts 12 months ago

    how control the temperature? you have a TEC controller schamatic ?

  • guunhan
    guunhan 12 months ago

    I was hoping to use a pot and control the temperature digitally. I sketched the schematic up when I was making the model, but I don't know where it is :( Any ideas on a good method?

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