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I love these projects. And your work is so neat. If you see mine its a little.. err messy.I have a fascination with all things peltier and LED. lolI would definitely say where you have the candle under the peltier, have a glass tube so the candle can breath, we get the warmth of the flame, but as much heat as possible is captured (obviously there will be loss through heating the glass, and to the air surrounding it.I would have thought a protected candle under the peltier would be more efficient and powerful than 4 candles with gaps?What did you find the difference was between the two?Without complecating it all, have you tried to get ther average number of spins per candle?
Hello Joohansson, I find your instructable fascinating. I understand the necessity of the fan to keep the heat sink from matching the temperature on the other side of the plate, is there a way to adapt this design to power a small LED? Or is it a simple matter of wiring to add that?
I try to do it with a SP1848 Teg but it doesn't work. Any suggestions?
can any upload the video of connection of this components
sorry tons of lagging autocorrect, where did you get your aluminum plates?
hi Iantto nd the aluminum plates. Where did you get yours?t c
Hello pareshkatariya.tell me what you want to know and i do my best to inform you...Peter.
teel me what you want to know...
Hello I am paresh katariya I am final year Engineering studentThis topic Thermoelectric Fan Powered by a Candle my project Please information me this topic Email :-firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, the IC (DC-DC step-up): MAX757CPA+ - IC, DC/DC UP CONVERTER, DIP8, 757  is unavailable in our area, what other alternatives can you suggest for it? Thank you
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