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The Reversible Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell combines the functions of an electrolyzer and a fuel cell into ONE device. When applying an electrical current the device acts as an electrolyzer that produces hydrogen and oxygen from de-ionized water. When applying a load, the device behaves as a fuel cell and generates electricity from hydrogen.
✔ High performance reversible PEM fuel cell
✔ Electrolyzer mode converts water into hydrogen and oxygen
✔ Fuel Cell mode produces electricity using hydrogen and oxygen
✔ Fully compatible with the Horizon education range
✔ Available in blue and transparent colors
• Output Voltage: 0.6 V DC
• Output Current: 360 mA
• Power: 210 mW
• Dimensions: 2.1" x 2.1" x 0.4" (54 x 54 x 17 mm)
• Weight: 2.4 oz (69.7 g)
• Input Voltage: 1.8 - 3 V DC
• Input Current: 0.7 A
• Hydrogen Production Rate: 7 mL/min
• Oxygen Production Rate: 3.5 mL/min
How much hydrogen does the Horizon Mini PEM Reversible Fuel Cell consume per minute (Hydrogen/min)?
Hydrogen consumption will depend on how much power you are drawing out of the fuel cell. At full load (210 mW), the fuel cell will output 360 mA and 0.6V. Fuel cells consume hydrogen at a rate of 7 mL/min/A, therefore this would consume about 2.5 mL/min at full load.
Need Extra Tubing? - 2mm inner diameter Silicon Tubing is a perfect fit for Horizon Educational products.
Need Hydrogen and Oxygen Storage Cylinders? - Get a pair of Horizon Education Cylinders.
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