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PC AirCon PAC400

Manufacturer: Waffer Tech
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Introduction

Waffer Technology Corp's PC AirCon is a small, solid-state air conditioner designed specifically for personal computers.  The PC AirCon uses a thermoelectric cooler (TEC) to chill room air, which is then blown into the PC enclosure.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />


 



 


Main Features



  • Incorporates advanced thermoelectric technology

  • Compact, blue LCD temperature monitor built-in

  • Simple, flexible control options

  • Easy installation

 


Specifications for PC AirCon PAC 400



  • Dimensions: 250 x 131 x 129mm (L x W x H)

  • Net weight: 805g

  • Color: Silver gray and black

  • System Cooling Power (SCP): 80 watts

  • Cooling: Thermoelectric chip and aluminum heatsinks

  • Fans: 70mm, 4,600 RPM, 37 dBA

  • Input voltage: 12 VDC

  • Input power: 52 watts

 


The heart of the PC AirCon is a thermoelectric cooler that operates on the Peltier effect.  When a DC voltage is applied to the TEC, one side of the Peltier device gets hot and the other side gets cold.  Waffer Technology has sandwiched a small TEC between two aluminum heatsinks, each with its own fan.


 



 


The fan attached to the hot-side heatsink pulls air in thru the top of the PAC 400 and blows it across the heatsink to cool the hot-side of the TEC.  The fan attached to the cold-side heatsink pulls air in thru the bottom of the PAC 400 and blows it across the cold-side heatsink.  In the process the incoming room air is cooled and then blown into the PC.

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