Peltier Module, 1.08W, 1.29A, 1.7V, 20 x 20mm

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COO (Country of Origin): CN
Product Details

Thermoelectric Power Generation Modules, European Thermodynamics

From European Thermodynamics, these thermoelectric power generation (TEG) modules use the Seebeck Effect in order to convert heat into electricity directly. These low-carbon, low-maintenance TEG modules are a reliable and green way to generate electricity.

Thermoelectric Power Generation Modules feature the following benefits:
• Compact structure
• No moving parts
• Maintenance free
• Noise free operation
• Low carbon

Seebeck Effect Modules

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Cooling Capacity 1.08W
Maximum Current 1.29A
Maximum Voltage 1.7V
Active Area 20 x 20mm
Active Area Length 20mm
Active Area Thickness 3mm
Active Area Width 20mm
10 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 31.84
(exc. GST)
$ 35.02
(inc. GST)
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