Generating Power From Tea Cup

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Introduction: Generating Power From Tea Cup

About: My name is marjancho and I love electronics,makeing gadgets,hack and pranks.

Light up a led with thermoelectric genertor-peltier.

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    senarathmdon
    senarathmdon

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi,
    I resontly made one Jouel Thief but not working efficiently can you kindly send me a good n simple one (one I made is consisted 1 transistor one resistor LED & a hand made feried coil)

    kindly also send me ideas of thermoelectric generator peltier I never heard about it in my life. send me any info you have about it such as how its work what is the internal macanisum & is there any chance I can make one at home ect...you may send it to my mail too senarahmdon@yahoo.com
    I really appriciate your help on this regards


    Thank You

    Senarath

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    macobt
    macobt

    6 years ago on Introduction

    This video i recorded by me,and yes that is thermoelectric generator peltier and I am using joule thief for light up the led.

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    wilgubeast
    wilgubeast

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Please consider adding that information to the text describing your project. A context-less video is generally assumed to be borrowed, so tell us what you made and how. (You've published more than 90 projects; this should be old hat for you. A better 'ible leads to more youtube views.)

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    tstevens-1
    tstevens-1

    6 years ago

    Is this a video that you created, or is it someone else's and you are sharing it?

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Looks like a 12 volt TEC, and a normal red led.

    So that is a joulethief circuit you are using as a base for the led?