Thermoelectric wine cellars
A thermoelectric wine cellar uses a different process to remove heat from inside the cabinet based on the Peltier effect, named after the XNUMXth century scientist who discovered it.
In this process, an electrical current is sent through two pieces of metal that have been joined together. Since the two sides of the device are made of different materials, a flow of heat is created and the heat flows from one side to the other. One side is heated and the other is cooled.
The hot side of the thermoelectric wine cooler is attached to a heat sink, a large passive component made up of stacks of aluminum fins that is designed to efficiently dissipate heat. The cold side is installed inside the refrigerator cabinet. Heat is absorbed from the interior, passes through the Peltier element to the heat sink, and then dissipates into the air.
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