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Thermoelectric Peltier Cooler [Model]

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$2.30$13.60

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Product Description

Get cold or heat up by simply reversing the polarity, used for numerous applications from CPU coolers to alternate power sources, or even for your own custom car drink warmer/cooler.
  • Model: TEC1-12706, TEC-12712
  • Size: 40mm x 40mm x 4mm
  • Operates from 0~15.2V DC and 0~6A for 12706, in a good condition with heat sink, current will rise to 4A.
  • up to 12A for 12712
  • Operates Temperature: -55℃~83℃
  • Max power consumption: 60 Watts for 12706, 114W for 12712
  • These devices must be used together with a heat sink to avoid burned in 2 seconds after powered up
  • Each device is full inspected and tested
  • Fitted with 6-inch insulated leads
  • The side with words are the cooling side, and other side is the warm side.
  • Buck order price TEC1-12706: $1.95 for more than 50pcs order, price auto update in cart.
  • This devices are also known as: TEC, Thermoelectric Cooler, Thermoelectric Module, Peltier Junction, Peltier Plate
  • Application: Cooling your CPU, video card, NANO Reef, laser diode, CCD camera, picnic cooler, beverage cooler, even generating electricity. The uses are unlimited!

Please notice Peltier cooling kit is a kit, need to be built by yourself.

Peltier Cooling Kit includes, please also  check in video:

  • 1x Backside Heatsink, 1x frontside heatsink
  • 12V fan and fan protective shield
  • Assembly screws
  • 40×40 pelter side fixture
  • 2x 10cm the heat thrinkable tube
  • DC 2.1mm to cable connector.

Additional Information

Model (Actuator)

TEC1 Peltier Cool Kit, TEC1-12706, TEC1-12712

2 reviews for Thermoelectric Peltier Cooler [Model]

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Works great ! See picture of a q-tip stuck to a frozen water droplets while using a PC heat sink to cool the hot side.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-aXmbTgh7NgE/U2IK9CW7ZsI/AAAAAAAASpk/xJmcMhVujy4/w727-h545-no/20140430_225630_1-MOTION.gif

    100% satisfied!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Works great powered with a PC power supply 12V rail & a large heatsink.

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