pellitaire junctions


Went out today to service a small wine cooler. Find out, it's got electronic circuit on it, not a freon system. Hmm. Well, can't do much with that.
Stop at Walmart, to pick up some things. On the way through housewares, I look at small fridges. And they have one for $59 which has much the same thing.
From what I can figure, someone made it cheap enough to make a pelitaire junction, and now they are on Walmart shelves.
Any good web sites on these? And where to get some training?
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On 7/17/2010 7:46 PM, Stormin Mormon wrote:

Well, you could Google it, I did when someone asked me about it for some new equipment. Back in 1979, I worked with a control systems engineer who used them for cooling a control cabinet that had to be sealed from the outside environment and the solid state cooler was perfect for that. The cold side had a fan and the hot side was a very large widely spaced aluminum fin assembly exposed to the dusty outside air. Imagine trying to use a regular AC deep inside a coal mine. A while back, the best Peltier      thermoelectric cooler modules on the consumer market came out of Russia. Perhaps they had once been built for military use.
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Yes, google can be my friend. I've seen these things advertised in 12 volt camping coolers. Ice chest kind of thing.
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