How to make a Thermoelectric Cooler using Peltier Module (Part 1)

The temperature of the air cooler: 4°C below ambient

Hi everyone, welcome back to my channel. In this 2 part video series, I am going to show you how you can make your own mini air cooler at home using a Peltier Module.

Required parts:
1 - Thermoelectric Peltier Cooling System Kit
2 - 12V 5A adapter
3 - 1x 90mm brushless fan
4 - Foam (Polystyrene, Expanded Polypropylene, Compressed, etc)
5 - DC motor speed controller (optional)
6 - 10A fuse
7 - Switch

Dimensions of foam (mm)
90x100 2pcs
90x150 2pcs
90x100 2pcs

Dimension of cardboard (mm)
100mm x 197mm

1mm = 0.1cm

00:00 Welcome and unboxing of TEC kit
03:40 Testing whether the fans are working
04:45 Testing the Peltier with 3.7V battery
05:00 Label unmarked hot side as 'H'
05:30 Ambient temperature in Singapore
05:45 Installation of the TEC kit
06:13 How does a Peltier work?
07:30 Installation of heatsink screws
09:50 Gluing the foams and the cardboard base together
10:10 Idea of using hot glue to glue foams
10:40 Putting the whole set up together
12:15 Installing the cooling fan at the front of the cooler
13:00 Strategy for installation of the TEC module at a height
13:35 Cutting insulation from a PP takeaway container
15:30 PWM speed controller to vary the speed of the cooling fan
15:55 Wiring
16:30 Circuit Schematics

Music: Tobu - Hope [NCS Release]

Thanks all for watching. Have a great day ahead!
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