boris runakov: Very nice ! What temperatures can the fan handle?
Laal Pipra: very nice.. if u start this fan with 12v battery or power supply .. does ur chiller part suck air thru radiator ventilation
to supply cool air?
Roy Eaton: Looks like the fan was moving the air the wrong way to me?
redfourtrack: Hi, wondering what voltage you get of your peltier? My homemade fan runs at an average 0.5 volts but not really much more, suprised how yours manages to power an led too???? And spins really fast, amazing how they all vary.
Paul Barber: Hi tim,
It works really well, good job, what peltier module have you used? where do u get them from? Thanks
WarrD0g: so where in the vid do you show how to build it?
lookcreations: Unless you limit the heat input to the base the solder in the peltier will melt at or around 150 degrees C - the temp most stove tops run at. Still nice job and love the LED :-)
Did you see my Stove Top Fan-C range ?
Keiren David: Does it matter which way round the peltier device is? Cold side nearest stove or the other way round?
oakphisto: Good job
Hans up: so what parts did you use
goonluv: Great fan but were does the wires go thank