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Habanero
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re: Energy harvesting from thermoelectric sources gets a boost
Habanero   4/11/2013 7:27:55 AM
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No maintenance for battery powered nodes, or no power distribution in difficult environments (plus, no cabling cost)

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Pituch   2/8/2013 10:59:10 PM
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Global Thermoelectric manufactures TEGs that convert heat into electricity. Using a burner you can generate continuous DC electricity with no moving parts. Generators range in output size from 15 to 550 Watts.

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William Miller   1/25/2013 2:58:32 PM
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"3) They generally produce very little average output power, usually in the range of 10µW to 10mW." So, what's the point in this energy harvesting?? William - http://www.carid.com/

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Infinergia   9/5/2012 7:42:21 AM
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How about TEG manufacturers names? Which one can you recommend?

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anne-francoise.pele   9/4/2012 2:57:02 PM
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Click on the link below to check out the collection of the Design Articles, Case Studies, Product How-To articles, Teardowns, etc... related to energy scavenging that have been published on Smart Energy Designline. Click here: http://www.eetimes.com/design/smart-energy-design/4372778/Energy-harvesting---Design-archive Check back frequently. The list will be updated as new articles arrive.

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