Peltier Module, 2.1W, 1.72A, 3.91V, 40 x 40mm

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Thermoelectric Power Generation Modules, European Thermodynamics

From European Thermodynamics, these thermoelectric power generation (TEG) modules use the Seebeck Effect in order to convert heat into electricity directly. These low-carbon, low-maintenance TEG modules are a reliable and green way to generate electricity.

Thermoelectric Power Generation Modules feature the following benefits:
• Compact structure
• No moving parts
• Maintenance free
• Noise free operation
• Low carbon

Seebeck Effect Modules

Specifikationer
Attribute Value
Maximum Cooling Capacity 2.1W
Maximum Temperature Difference +150K
Maximum Current 1.72A
Maximum Voltage 3.91V
Active Area 40 x 40mm
Active Area Length 40mm
Active Area Thickness 3mm
Active Area Width 40mm
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295,65 kr
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369,56 kr
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