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How Peltier TE work - TEG Energy Harvesting Experiments [Theory]
posted September 22 2014 16:57.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Dave from EEVblog trikes again with an excellent theory video - this time he talks about the Peltier TE Heat Pumps.

Dave plays around with an energy harvesting kit to see how much power he can get out of a Peltier device used as a Seeback effect module to generate power from temperature differentials.




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