Peltier dehumidifier TTP 5 E
Innovative drying technology for small rooms
High degree of flexibility due to extra-small construction
The utterly compact Peltier dehumidifier impresses with its innovative thermoelectric technology combined with an unobtrusive exterior due to which the device can be adapted to any environmental condition.
With its dehumidification performance of 300 ml per day the TTP 5 E keeps smaller rooms of up to 6 m² such as closets and shoe cabinets or pantries reliably dry. The dehumidifier removes excess moisture from the air in these especially sensitive, humid spots in your home or in small, windowless bathrooms, reduces condensation and so prevents mould growth.
- Simple dehumidification operation
- Particularly easy handling
- Ultra-silent operation
- Energy-efficient thanks to low power consumption
Moisture in the bathroom, basement or bedroom can lead to mold. All relevant information about our comfort dehumidifiers can also be found in the product brochure. Download the PDF directly here.
Ideal drying solution with timeless design
Thanks to the Peltier element the operation of this energy-efficient device is also ultra-silent, so there should be nothing to disturb a good night's sleep. Moreover, the Peltier device can score with its simple handling characteristics during dehumidification: just plug the device in and switch it on – that's it!
A filling level warning light warns you in good time when the tank is full and the overflow protection with automatic switch-off function prevents the 0.7 l water tank from overflowing. Owing to the integrated air purification function the TTP 5 E filters animal hair, fluff and dust from the air.
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TTP 5 E - special equipment features
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A few practical benefits
- For keeping rooms that are difficult to ventilate, e.g. walk-in closets, windowless bathrooms or pantries, dry
- High degree of flexibility due to extra-small construction
- Modern thermoelectric Peltier element (without compressor and refrigerant)
- Air purification function – filters animal hair, fluff and dust
- Filling level warning light to indicate a full water tank
- Overflow protection with automatic switch-off
- Appealing, compact design
- With transparent water collection container
- Power indicator light
Trotec's guidebook providing practical knowledge on semiconductor dehumidifiers
What can such dehumidifiers achieve – and what's not possible?
Peltier dehumidifiers, often also referred to as semiconductor, electric or mini dehumidifiers, are sensible solutions for clearly outlined areas of application. No more, but also no less – even if they are sometimes advertised elsewhere as veritable miracles making the use of compressor devices completely obsolete in many areas.
With our guidebook "Practical knowledge on semiconductor dehumidifiers", we would like to provide serious facts about such praised Peltier products so that you can inform yourself objectively before making a purchase.
Come and see for yourself – go to Trotec's guidebook "Practical knowledge on semiconductor dehumidifiers" ...
Here is how condenser dryers with Peltier technology work
A cold surface must be generated within this type of dehumidifier as well. The temperature of this surface must lie below the dew point of the air so that water can condense on it. This is achieved by the eponymous Peltier element: a compact, thermoelectric converter that – when electricity flows – causes one element side to become very hot and the other very cold.
A blower now sucks in the room air and guides it past the cold side of the Peltier element. There the air cools down to below dew point, the moisture condenses and drips into a collection container. The dry air is then guided past the hot element side, where it absorbs the heat and flows back into the room as warm, dry air.
|At 30 °C / 80 % RH [l/24h]||0.3|
|Recommended room size dry keeping|
|Suitable for drying rooms|
|Suitable for keeping dry|
|Min. temperature range [°C]||10|
|Max. temperature range [°C]||50|
|Mains connection||100 - 240 V/50 - 60 Hz|
|Nominal current consumption [A]||2.5|
|Power input [kW]||0.023|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/16|
|Cable length [m]||1.5|
|Contents in [l]||0.7|
|Distance 1 m [dB(A)]||35|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||100|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||160|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||260|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||1.5|
|Equipment, features and functions|
|Automatic defrost system|
|Condensate tank monitoring|
|Overflow protection with automatic switch-off|
|Filling level warning light to indicate a full water tank|
|Operating hours counter|
|Operating hours counter|
|On/off switch (LED illuminated)|
|Adjustable air discharge direction|