These are our controlled conditions through which we will test the latent heat capacity of our phase change materials. These currently include coconut oil, chocolate, and paraffin wax. We are using an infrared heat lamp to warm the box and PCMs. This lamp is also being plugged into a kilowatt meter, in order to measure the energy the lamp is using to heat the box. Once the box reaches 95 degrees (F), we will measure the surface temperature of the PCMs. We will then remove everything from the box and allow the interior to return to room temperature. Once this happens, the next PCM will be tested.