OALibJ  Vol.1 No.9 , December 2014
Thermoelectric Module for Low-Voltage Loads
Abstract: The focus of this paper is to develop a thermoelectric module for low-voltage loads that will satisfy the electrical use and stored charges in the improvised power bank that can be used by the students and the faculty in everyday life or even in emergency. This project will benefit the BIT and COE students of the Bulacan State University, and the professionals: drafters, architects, engineers or even hikers, adventure seekers and future researchers. The thermoelectric module is composed for low-voltage loads as computer processor coolers, DC motor, LED lamp and most specially the thermoelectric module applications. All the necessary equipment is researched and gathered together into the project making mini-generator used in a smart, nice and in most usable way by the students. It has a thermoelectric module that converts temperature into electricity. The body is made up of wood that holds and protects the project. The project is made up of locally available materials. The findings of the study revealed that the thermoelectric module for low-voltage loads was functional, durable, user-friendly, cost-effective and safe. All materials are cheap, and have a good and trusted quality that may help the people in making life more convenient. The project was rated by (100) respondents from the drafting students and faculty. It gains an overall rating of (4.08) which means that the project is very acceptable. Specifically the researchers answered the objectives of the study that proved usefulness and safety of the project. Therefore, the evaluators are agreed to the acceptability of the project.
Cite this paper: Salamat, R. (2014) Thermoelectric Module for Low-Voltage Loads. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-7. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101185.

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