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Excellent work dude.Keep it up.Voted for you.
Glad you like it.
Yeah,The temperature is measured by a temperature sensor(DS18B20 ) and Arduino.
The Peltier module voltage is 12V and Current is 6A.LED is normal 5mm Red LED ( Vf = 2.1V)Relay : http://amzn.to/2gFdx0g
One fan sucks and other throw the air out side.So the cooling is more efficient.But you can use one fan also.
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Total cost is around $30
Sure.I will upload it soon.Keep in touch.
You are right,the making thrill to make a real look Refrigerator is no more there :)
Glad You like it :)
Thanks for the suggestion.
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Thanks for sharing your Pictures.Use Angle routing instead of straight, it will look better.Anyway you have tried, that's enough.
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Thanks for sharing your work.I really appriciate it.I hope it will be helpful others also.
Congratulations !Thanks for sharing the picture here.
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Excellent work !Thanks for sharing the detailed ible.
Wow !It looks really awesome.Thanks for sharing the picture.
You are right.
Glad you like it.Yeah I am working.
Superb ! I really like it.Voted
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Ha ha ..Thanks a lot.
Excellent work !Thanks for sharing.
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It is an AC outlet.I provided it for a external wall charger.
You can use like this.
You can use 14 AWG wire. Yeah it is an AC outlet.
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Thanks for kind words.Can I know how much PCB do you need ?You can pm regarding it.Thanks
Hi,I can send one.You have to pay the shipping charge.
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No, It can't
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You can have a look to this Panel http://www.ebay.com/itm/10W-18V-Solar-Panel-Monocr...But the size of this panel is different from mine.You can use any panel whose voltage is more than 18V.More the wattage faster will be the charging.
Congrats !Your lights are really awesome.
You can down the code from here.
Thanks keith, for answering on behalf of me.
Hey its written in the schematic.Jp1 is for solar panel and Jp2 is for battery connection terminals.
I am eagerly waiting for it.After long time working on this project,I don't want to scrap it.I hope you will definitely find a solution.
Excellent work !Can you send me the .stl file for the enclosure ? I will upload it in this Instructables.So that everyone will get the benefit.Thanks
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Congrats !You are right, I missed the ground connection in the bread board circuit.Thanks for pointing out the error.
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Thank You ! Share pictures after your building.
I know it.But my goal of the project was low cost.Another thing is that MPPT works good at low temperature, here the temperature is high.Thanks!
I am sure you will be enjoyed during your building.My pleasure.
See the wiring diagram.Everything is clearly mentioned there.
Happy to know that it's useful for you.
Thanks for your generous words.Its really means a lot for me.
I really like your idea to monitor the internal temperature.I will definitely do it in future.Thanks for your suggestion.
Which change controller are you using for it ?
Thank you :)
The reason behind not using my own charge controller is it doesn't support Li Ion Battery which I want to use in future.But you are probably right, the charge controller used in this project do not have balance charging leads.So I am also doubt it will work with multiple cells in series.Thanks for clarifying.
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