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January 03, 2015, 02:51:23 AM
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how much cooler would the air be if a hook up a thermoelectric to a heatsink and a fan ?

Like this:   thermoelectric = 0    Heat Sink = E  Fan = S

0--E--S   

would the air be any cooler or would it be a total waste ?

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January 03, 2015, 01:25:12 PM
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everything that use fan to cool something, it is subject to the ambient temp you can't go lower, you could try maybe you can gain some degree
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January 09, 2015, 03:34:10 PM
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how much cooler would the air be if a hook up a thermoelectric to a heatsink and a fan ?

Like this:   thermoelectric = 0    Heat Sink = E  Fan = S

0--E--S   

would the air be any cooler or would it be a total waste ?
A heat sink would be enough in itself, if its a large surface area .But the combination would definitely be perfect for the heat removal.

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January 15, 2015, 07:28:12 PM
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how much cooler would the air be if a hook up a thermoelectric to a heatsink and a fan ?

Like this:   thermoelectric = 0    Heat Sink = E  Fan = S

0--E--S   

would the air be any cooler or would it be a total waste ?

It can be done but you have to have a heatsink and fan on the HOT side too.

Thermoelectric use a LOT of power.

A small window air conditioner is prolly way more efficient.
Both have a hot side and a cool side.


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