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Old 04-13-13, 09:55 AM   #1
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Here's a neat toy..


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Interesting, another inventive application of peltier technology.

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That's pretty neat.
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That's pretty neat.
Some time ago, I acquired a Mosquito Magnet 1000 (the commercial model) and found that it uses this principle of Peltier modules to drive the two muffin fans inside the device to make it "cordless". A local surplus electronics shop sells Peltier modules, and I've been debating what useful purpose I could create for a Peltier module in this mode.

Maybe I should set one up on my gas grille to power LED lighting.

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