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Emergency Light/Charger from Fire & Water [Project]
posted December 20 2013 12:57.39 by spic0m




David Johansson using a thermoelectric module, also called peltier element, TEC or TEG, made a small and compact emergency light/charger that powers up from just 3 tea candles.



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  • At 24 December 2013, 16:48:34 user Venugopalrao Venna wrote:   [reply @ Venugopalrao Venna]
    • This is very much interesting gadget and I would like to know the details how it is functioning, I am also one of the electronics hobbyist and doing some small gadgets in my own laboratory.
      Expecting a mail from U.
      vu3bao@gmail.com


  • At 20 December 2013, 19:27:50 user sve wrote:   [reply @ sve]
    • How many watts does it produce?












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