solar powered oven -T4D #7 – Solar Powered heating / cooling calibration oven…aircon…

November 16, 2012 – 3:23 am

I ** prove the complete heating / cooling furnace calibration, which is now powered by my solar panel. The output cools just like an air conditioner …! ——————— Click “Show more” ——————— ———- My website and forum: – Donations and contributions my techie channel MJLorton – solar and electronic measuring equipment – http My Amazon Store Techie : My other channel VBlogMag – For almost any topic under the sun! – My VBlogMag Amazon Store: ——————————— ————————————– As with any viewer input and advice I have reversed the polarity of the Peltier element (thermoelectric effect -! and created a brilliant effect heating box 12 volt electric radiator Thanks I also show the SMD (surface mount devices) to DIP (Dual Inline Package) adapter that I will use for some of voltage references that I have. I will post a video of my first attempt to solder the chip SMD of these adapters .. a novice “SMD soldering iron.” Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 6 Responses to “solar powered oven -T4D #7 – Solar Powered heating / cooling calibration oven…aircon…”

  2. Thanks…you can have a giggle when I video my first attempt…but I certainly do the corners first. Thanks for posting.

    By mjlorton on Nov 16, 2012

  3. Interesting info…I must look for that video of yours as I must have missed it…thanks.

    By mjlorton on Nov 16, 2012

  4. Small steps…wanted to test that this worked ok….will add the bridge at a later stage. Thanks for the suggestion.

    By mjlorton on Nov 16, 2012

  5. I did my first surface mount device about a year ago, it is not so bad but you have to take your time, get the corner pins down first

    By tonyrueb on Nov 16, 2012

  6. I have a video on my channel with a Peltier element but I was using it as a generator so the Seebeck effect.
    I also just got a pelter cooler it was on sale at my local store and is a bit larger 37 liter capacity and was using about 50W at 12V.
    They are quite inefficient compared to normal compressors since this have for cooling a coefficient of performance smaller than one the compressor one has between 3 and 5.
    I’m using it now at 6V only 13W and it still makes a 10 to 15C temp difference.

    By electrodacus on Nov 16, 2012

  7. How come you didn’t just use a rectifier-bridge to the motor so that you could switch it off together with the peltier with the same switch?

    By Jesper Åhman on Nov 16, 2012

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