Although the technology of cooling water using electronic chips is quite prevalent, not all users fully comprehend its workings. Refer to the following article for the most relevant information regarding this technology.
1. Principles of Water Cooling Using Electronic Chips
Differing from the refrigeration approach employing coolants, electronic chips perform the task of cooling water through semiconductor resistors within water filtration systems. The specific mechanism is as follows:
- The electronic chip consists of two sides powered by a 12V DC circuit.
1 – One side is attached to an aluminum plate that cools the water. The chip emits cold energy, which chills the aluminum plate placed within the cold water container. As the aluminum plate cools, it decreases the temperature of the water in the container, making it cooler.
2- The other side of the chip is linked to a heat sink. This side emits hot energy, warming the heat sink. When users activate the chip, a heat sink fan operates to expel the warm air outside.
- The chip functions by emitting cold energy and expelling hot air, thereby cooling the water to around 10 – 15°C. When a thermal sensor detects this temperature within the water container, it sends a signal to the electronic circuit. The circuit then disconnects power supply to the chip, temporarily halting the cooling process.
2. Should You Invest in a Hot-Cold Water Purifier Using Electronic Chip Technology?
Comparing this technology with traditional coolant-based methods, semiconductor-based water cooling has specific advantages and disadvantages:
- Generally, water purifiers utilizing electronic chip technology are more cost-effective compared to coolant-based alternatives.
- Repairs are cheaper, as replacing electronic chips is considerably more affordable than replacing entire coolant systems.
- Suitable for individuals or small families with limited water consumption needs, preventing wastage.
- Limited cooling capacity; water cooled by electronic chips is generally not as cold as water cooled using traditional methods.
- Electronic chips tend to consume more electricity compared to traditional coolant systems.
- Shorter lifespan of electronic chips, requiring more frequent replacements.
- Inadequate cooling performance for larger households or high-usage environments like offices or schools.
Based on the analysis above, we can clearly discern the benefits and limitations of water cooling technology using electronic chips. In reality, if users seek an affordable water generation device with low usage demands, this can indeed be a viable option. However, for those desiring a highly convenient, proactive, and continuous cold water supply, integrated water purifiers (May loc nuoc RO) with cooling blocks offer a more optimal solution.
The Mutosi Hot-Cold Water Purifier is an intelligent water solution that incorporates advanced Block-based cooling technology. Compared to models utilizing electronic chip systems, Mutosi’s Block-based purifiers deliver quicker and colder water, offering superior performance whenever needed. This ensures ease in meeting continuous demands for households with multiple members or high-density environments such as offices and schools.
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These insights provide an overview of the trending electronic chip water cooling technology. If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mutosi for prompt consultation via hotline: 1900 636 595.
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