Cooling Using Peltier Effect Apparatus Model No TH 048

– Designed to demonstrate Thermoelectric Refrigeration effect.
– Facility to simulate variable Heat load conditions & it effect on performance of Cycle.
– Comprehensive Instrumentation Panel with all necessary measuring instruments.

Item Description

‘Sci-tech” Cooling using Peltier Effect Apparatus Model TH 048 is designed to demonstrate cooling using the Peltier effect (Thermoelectric Effect). The central component of the system is a Peltier element. When current flows through a Peltier element, one end of the element becomes hot and the other cold. The heating and refrigeration capacity of the Peltier element are dissipated via water flows. Heating & refrigeration capacities are calculated by measuring the respective flow rate and the inlet and outlet temperatures of water. The supplied electrical power is determined using a current and voltage measurement.
The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

Technical Specifications

Peltier element – Water Cooled Element
Max. refrigeration capacity: 200 W
Current Max: 13A
Voltage Max: 24.1V
Temperature Difference Max: 68°C
Pump -120 W
Water Tank -7 L
Ammeter – 0-20A DC – Temperature: -30°-80° & 0°-100°C – Power consumption: 120W – Digital display for temperature, current and voltage – Water-cooled Peltier element
Voltmeter  – 0-50 V DC
Temperature Sensor – RTD PT-100 Sensors for temperature measurement
Temperature Indicator  – 8 Channel Digital Indicator, Range -20…200°C Resolution 0.1 C
Water Flow Meter  – 1x 2…27L/h, 1x 10…105L/h
Thermostat Base Frame –
Made of M.S. Square Tubes & Sheets, welded & powder coated for long life.