Will the next battery be enough for mehttps://www.aliexpress.com/item/UNITEK-USB-9V-rechargeable-lithium-ion-battery-1200mAh-6F22-li-ion-cell-for-wireless-microphone-Guitar/32822609362.html
so for my purpose I can use five heaters with a power of 10W.
What are the gloves to be used for - I suspect that the insulation is as important as the heat source.
No.That is 50W, this requires a current of about 5.5A. That looks way too much for that battery, even if it was not then at 1.2Ah it would last at the most 13 minuets and probably not more than 8 or 9 minuets in practice.I would have thought 50W in a glove is way too much. What is the purpose of this glove? It makes a big difference. My 50W soldering iron is quite big, you can solder with a 25W iron or even a 15W one.
Hi,The is designed to always be at 60 °C, much too hot for skin.I did some work with PTC heaters a few years back and they are great for constant temperature, however I've not seen any where the transition (control) temperature is low enough to be useful for contact with humans.I've not been following closely but have you looked at flat silicone heaters?
I guess that these heated gloves might be for a motorcycle.In which case there is no power supply problem.Commercial products are freely available - why not investigate these?Allan
create something that does not exist something that is exactly the same
??They do exist, and have been developed over many years.Do you have a much better approach?A
... eg a Pentium processor.
... For temperature sensing a thermistor is the obvious device.