50 Watt Thermoelectric Wood Stove Generator




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Allen Cox: i thought a volt and amp meter would be nice.

Sam De La Haye: Using wood for heat and electricity for those dark winter night's when theres no sun or wind

Product Of Truth: does enough amps come from it t make hho? that would be cool,,has anyone ever tried it?

Michael Simon: Perhaps some narration would be helpful?

brodie1709: @tubefed420 the water pump that cools it.

flesvik: @Super98chevy yeah pointing out typing errors instead of addressing the argument. THAT is an epic fail....

blogobre: I'd like to know that too actually.

Insect0man: Show Me Da Amperes. Otherwise - NO SALE.

Paul Sowinski: @field16 At 0:49 you can see there that (4) TEC units between each set of bolts, so in total there are 24 units. Each unit can supply ~2 watts. So that would be about 48 watts.

gizmoguyar: It depends how you define efficiency. From the newtonian physics point of view, sterling engines are extremely efficient. Or at least they can be. But they're much larger per unit of energy output than other forms of energy production. I guess that's why we son't see them in commercial use.

Tim Attwood: 200,000 hours

Jay Igaboo: Exactly! I have a remote weekend shack here in Scotland, and I am going to try some cheap tegs for my 12v lighting. Thermal efficiency in unimportant as any inefficency in the machine is heat-- what I ahve the fire on for anyway! It's like a refrigerator in winter is the nearest thing to a perfect machine- fridge keeps your food fresh and the evaporators throw out the "waste" heat.

pushka48: how much it will cost to you buy a sistem like that

Insect0man: There's a "THERMOELECTRIC POWER GENERATOR TEG MODULE " on EBay for 7.99 How does your TEG differ from those Peltier devices?

ursmarts: thats pretty good for using waste heat

gizmoguyar: That's true. But they *are* incredibly inefficient. I personally like the idea of steam turbines or sterling engines.

naturalbornhazer: is there a step by step of understanding? anywhere along with a list of items needed.

Insect0man: "1. Peltier Effect: This effect introduces power to the module with a resultant cooling of one side and heating of the other. These types of modules are low amp (typically in the 6 amp range) and are designed for low temperature exposure of no more than 70°C to 90°C hot side. Higher temperature exposures will cause the module to either break apart, couples joints to melt and are not good power generators!" Google "HOW THERMOELECTRIC TEG GENERATORS WORK" ( and don't work )

jbiasutti: Condenser on the back of the fridge throws out the waste heat. But that is just semantics.

oldford71: are these units still available?

marmaladekamikaze: @vampov I don't think a steam turbine would be a DIY project for most guys man, however you're absolutely right, this guys setup is pretty inefficient. A Stirling engine would be far better.

Charles Hammond Jr: When it's cold... there's no such thing as 'waste heat.' The fact that you can use it for Electricity generation is a plus though.

ChicharonyPresidente: The truth hurts doesn't it? You are the bitch, it seems your video is mute because you had you man in your mouth and couldn't speak. Yeap, you're the bitch. And your video is a crap, this is still useless no matter how much you want to insult other.

n5syr01: how effiecient would the cooling be if you eliminate the pump, and try to use a thermal siphon effect to circulate the coolant?

ogi22: You have probably seen something like a Peltier panel (or similar thing converting the flow of heat directly into the flow of electricity). Those things are sometimes used in computers to cool down processors, also used in small car refrigerators. Just in those last two examples they force the heat transfer when current is applied.

djmaur: Would have preferred a narrative. Where this may have been produced for someone that already knew what was going on, Youtube is a medium that brings in those that may not know anything about what you have produced. I leave this video without having gained any information.

flesvik: So you are putting out about maybe 7 000 W of heat from the stove and then you get 50 W electricity out of it..... Wow what an effeminacy.

Super98chevy: @flesvik Epic fail ^ effeminate — adj 1. (of a man or boy) displaying characteristics regarded as typical of a woman; not manly

orbit9a: So this can almost power a 60 w light bulb??

tzmdomeguy: If your radiator were mounted above the peltiers and away from the stove (or even outside) the water would be naturally circulated by gravity. On cold days your heat transfer, thus, electric output would be increased by the extreme heat differential. Peltiers do not opperate on heat, they operate on "heat differential". But to conserve as much heat as possible you could blow cold air from the floor through the radiator. Any heat not used by the peltiers would be put into the room.

field16: Looks nice, but I would like to see how you calculate 50 Watts on that small strip.

Luis Burgos-Jankovic: Your better of having the unit mounted under the a stove to improve its efficiency and not surrounded by heat after all hot air rises .

Insect0man: You can find everything required on Amazon.com

sizemorej: The beauty of this is not how efficient it is for heat to electricity conversion. The beauty of this is that if you are heating a house with a wood stove you can throw one or two of these on the stove and charge batteries. Think ice storms with two or three weeks of no electricity. Also a good option for as a supplement of PV panels in inclement weather. Efficient to power them with a wood stove is not the issue. The issue is use heat being produced for another purpose.

BoobTubeBob: Thanks for taking the time to demonstrate , you sure get some loosers commenting . If these punks mommy would take time to change their poopy diaper maybe they wouldn't crank and cry so much . This is a whole new WAY of thinking for a generation that's been spoiled ROTTEN with everything handed to them but I see there's a lotta brilliant young folks too with clear minds that use their brain for thinking insteada their ass .

kistuszek: The stove could suck air through the cooling fins to make a better cooling and to re-use some heat.

Paul Sowinski: @field16 np, I just saw this message, 2 watts is assuming you have a heat sink/fan set up or are water cooling it.

Hogwit: What is the real world power output? On that stove for example, minus the power for the cooling system...what is the net? Probably less than 20 watts...

Duckyistrippin: @evilspiritchild the stove isnt as hot on the bottom....the whole point here is to heat the generator so it can do its thing.

tubefed420: @brodie1709 Would you be able to also power some leds or anything useful? or is this just a demonstration that it works? Thanks

field16: @moscowfragfest Thanks for your explanation. When I tested a TEC, I got about 70 mW (or 0.070 Watts). My results were far from 2 Watts each. Maybe the TEG's he is using are of better quality (TEG's are supposed to be better than TEC's) or he is assuming a greater temperature differential than I used... or he did not get 50 Watts. I would request that he show the actual Watts using a meter and hope he is really getting such a good result.

blogobre: And the size of the TEC1-12709, Dimensions : 40mm x 40mm x 3.6mm. Since they are pretty similar devices, I would have thought that was a good hint for further investigation. The 'main' thing is they are rated for different things, the TEC1 is rated for cooling, being the power required to cool and the other the power generated. Since best case for TEC/TEGs [again same thing really] is a 5% conversion of heat to electricity, you'll see why the difference. Do look things up next time eh.

Insect0man: 15 Watt High Temperature TEG Panel Model: TEGP15 Retail Price: $79.99 VS: TEC1-12709 Thermoelectric Cooler Peltier 90W 138.6Wmax Price: $10.99 Uhuh. There's one born every minute, isn't there. NO SALE.

TheDarwitch: 200k hours or about 22.8 years and they normally come with a 20 year warr.

FixedByDoc OffGrid: on the TEG website for one.

AnnBearForFreedom: @eastrockaway11518 I don't know what he does for a living, but youre certainly a jerk. If you can't appreciate the technology he's demoinstratng, fine...but you don';t have to make nasty comments.

FixedByDoc OffGrid: peltier devices work on a different setup and are less effiecient. is all im saying. if there is one on ebay for 7.99 then it is probly quite small in the quantity of power and rate it puts out or something is wrong with it. a good teg for charging 12vdc car batteries runs about $379. there are cold versions and hot versions. the cold ones are way less effiecient then the hot ones. this is all im saying. but hey if you found one for 7.99 and it works for your needs then good for you.

chipus2: Put the reservoir and radiator higher than generator and discard the pump.

HomeDistiller: @field16 and i think hes mute

FixedByDoc OffGrid: yes it is measured by the wattage but if you have ever compared a 6volt to a 12volt you would understand that the wattage can be the same but the longivity and consitancy of it differ. there are two types of these. one is based off of cold which draws very little power despite it saying it is the same wattage and the other type draws power from heat. the hot version produces more power at a faster rate. get a clue. buy them and find out. i will not be responding back.
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