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Thanks for your asking,of course，It can remove the water from the Thermoelectric Peltier Cooler and the assembly still hold together.
By ilastore-US SELLER on May 3, 2018
It is definitely possible but you have to make sure the hot side doesn't get too hot or it could damage the peltier plate. Maybe a voltage limiter or something in conjunction with the water block.
By Ross James on May 9, 2018
You could, but it probably would not be cold enough, and peltiers are extreamly inafficient (about 5% of the power is actually used to heat/cool it) if you want to know w it works, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Kp_yWY2tdU and skip to 1:25 (or just watch the whole thing)
By John Poindexter on April 17, 2018
The necessary power supplies for the two items are very different: the fan only needs on the order of mA of current, so a small little power block that you plug into the wall will do fine. The TEC however will need many Amperes (I think you will need up to 10) and you need to make sure that you can regulate the curre… see more The necessary power supplies for the two items are very different: the fan only needs on the order of mA of current, so a small little power block that you plug into the wall will do fine. The TEC however will need many Amperes (I think you will need up to 10) and you need to make sure that you can regulate the current. So you need a regulating power supply with 12V and 10A. Hope this helps. see less
By Lukas Gruber on April 15, 2018
Well I think it could cool better then it did for us. We built a rather bigger fridge then we should have. If you kept the dimensions within what it’s specified for it should work good. Our daughter won the science fair with it so not so bad.
By Maria on February 25, 2018
It needs power to function
By guadalupe zarate on February 8, 2018
1/4"hose fits on it with a pipe clamp
By mike on October 2, 2017
No, it comes as a parts and you have to build it
By ali khairallah on August 25, 2017
Yes,Of course you can
By ilastore-US SELLER on June 14, 2017
I have used the fan on the hot side as a heater using a mosfet to regulate the power with an Arduino at around a duty cycle of 50% with no problem so far. If allowed to get too hot, the peltier will be damaged, however. I wouldn't run it at full power for very long in that configuration.
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By Techno Caveman
August 1, 2017
All the parts to get started including thermal grease. No Assembly instructions, but assembly was easy. Nothing fragile. Small Phillips head screwdriver is the only tool needed. Fan could be bigger and more powerful. Ran everything on 12v at 3 amps from BMOUO 12V 30A DC power supplyFelt plenty of cold or heat. Just loosen the screws and flip the TEC over. Never reverse voltage or current. Fan wires have connector, TEC 12706 does not have a connector. Just wire with solder or "tinned" Also the fan wires are a different length. Recommend 12 year olds and up as the TEC can get pretty hot pretty fast. Good for school, learning or just fun.
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