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THANK You Mr. Skyl3r,

Appreciate your help! I also took a quick look to the 500w TEC (TEC1-24130): http://www.taileng.com/en-temodule-special.htm, looks interesting, but I am still bit hesitating, since not familiar enough with TEC. Many-many-many years ago, I was a good student (especially in physics), but after reading about Peltier elements, I realize, I need to get back to school :-)
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Originally Posted by smithus View Post

THANK You Mr. Skyl3r,

Appreciate your help! I also took a quick look to the 500w TEC (TEC1-24130): http://www.taileng.com/en-temodule-special.htm, looks interesting, but I am still bit hesitating, since not familiar enough with TEC. Many-many-many years ago, I was a good student (especially in physics), but after reading about Peltier elements, I realize, I need to get back to school :-)

Haha, I completely understand. I actually hadn't heard of that TEC before, but I saw that Wellentech produces one. @toeCUTTER78 just bought some TECs from there, so maybe he'll drop in and let us know what he thinks of Wellentech smile.gif

Also, anyone heard of this site?
http://shop.peltier-shop.eu/

I found this TEC there for around the price I'd expect, but I've never heard of them personally.
http://shop.peltier-shop.eu/epages/61821652.sf/en_AU/?ObjectPath=/Shops/61821652/Products/P1.60.4042


EDIT:
I was gonna see what shipping prices look like but they won't let you order less than 10 of those 506w TECs... One or two TECs might be cool... or even 3, but 10 is pushing it for me tongue.gif
Edited by Skyl3r - 5/2/17 at 7:46pm
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