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High-voltage thermoelectric power generators provide energy harvesting for self-powered distributed sensors

11/23/2010 03:01 PM EST
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sanjaac
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sanjaac   12/11/2010 9:09:12 AM
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@new2coding: You definitely have no idea of what are you talking about. If you had posted a slightly better educated comment, you would know what the achievable range of voltage from an energy harvester is, and would understand that in that context, 170mV can be considered high voltage. Of course it is not the several kV you would expect from an electrical substation and this is marketing paraphrasing, but the context is absolutely different.

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greyp   12/2/2010 1:38:40 AM
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http://www.bittingelectric.com does commercial, residential, and marine generators in the Cary, NC and surrounding area.

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