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You need to add "big wads of money" to the "What You'll Need" section. Peltier is an insanely inefficient way to cool liquids unless you have no viable choices.
Do you understand that MOSFETs (and FETs in general) ARE transistors? Do you also understand the distinction between enhancement FETs and depletion FETs? This circuit will ONLY work with depletion FETs.
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Very seldom does anyone ever see a burned-out ATX power supply. You really have to abuse one to hurt it.
Why would you not use polycarbonate instead of acrylic? Polycarbonate is nearly indestructible; you cannot crack it by countersinking it or overtightening the screws. Another alternative is UHMW polythylene, although that's opaque.
Andre, that'll work just fine. If you like, add a 4A fuse to the 12V output to limit your current draw.
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It's been more than four thousand tomorrows since you posted this. I see no pics yet.
That's a dead link...
Isn't it illegal in your country to invade an adult's privacy?
Remind me again why we wanted to make it so small?
Worthless, unfortunately, unless you also add a headlight with a tire-driven generator. The theory is fine, but only because it's (the theory is) incomplete. You see, without added resistance, pedaling a freewheeling bike is very physically frustrating and so it loses their attention almost instantly. They may ride for as much as five minutes if you force them to. An exercise bike stand needs very badly to be equipped with enough resistance to permit them to pedal at a rate of one full 360-degree pedal stroke per second. That dispels the frustration and gets them pedaling.
YWAU... you have a great deal left to learn.
There is no such thing as a "flat head" screwdriver - you're referring to a "straight" screwdriver. Flat head screws may be Phillips drive, or they may be hex (Allen) drive, or they may be square (Robertson) drive, or they may be star (Torx) drive, or they may have any of an assortment of other drives. They may also be slotted, or "straight" drive, in which case they're driven by a "straight" screwdriver. Common misnomer, but it's still incorrect and can sometimes lead to problems if used.