Bonnie Flory: No info=thumbs down. Thanks for wasting my time for nothing.
Kirkland Day: jesus christ stop
Kirkland Day: someone ban this fag
Kirkland Day: who's this kirkland fag spamming
Kirkland Day: Just watched again, still 10.10
Kirkland Day: kawai
Kirkland Day: super cool
Kirkland Day: love it
Kirkland Day: U suk
MrBugsier5: using a solar mppt charger would make it way more efficient charging battery's cause you dont use the full power of the peltier apparatus charging a 12 v battery, you clame 30 volts at 1,7 amp, thats around 51 watts, 1,7 amps at 12 volt is only 20,4 watts effective going in to the 12 v battery, (pwm regulator) iff you use a mppt charger (capable off handling higher pwm voltage than the battery side ) you will have almost the full 51 watts to your proposal, giving 4,25 amps charge, thats way more effective. in that case its a good charger, using a pwm voltage regulator only is not charging a lot! just a profi tip! thumbs up!
jasondean88888: What's with this fad of people not speaking during tech videos. Absolutely not helpful. You showed us a piece of metal sitting on another piece of metal for 2 minutes. No stats, no info, no voltmeter, no price, no temps, no flow rate of the water, no btu rating for the radiator... nothing. What a waste of time to post this. You've had a quarter million views. Imagine what you could have done with that exposure if you'd pulled your head out of your rectum and made this video worth while. Redo it.
cybot63: I had this idea about 3 years ago but my way of doing it was to let the stoves actions heat and cool the peltier device with out using any electricity so it would be self contained by using the stove pipe as the heat source and the air draft coming in from out side as the cooling source by making a triple wall pipe for cold air to travel through before it goes in the stove to feed the fire. just a idea I had that I put on someone else's comments that was using the peltier modules when they where trying to find ideas for them to be used for about 3 years ago but I never explained how I would do it. But it is nice to see that some people are trying the idea out.
Ivan Cerovec: a bit silly, but stoves like that produce more heat in the exhaust than on the casing,. why dont you make an exhaust that has copper pipes in it and then use that heat to heat up the peltiers..
UofA RoadHogs: Cat got your tongue? Would have been nice if you told us about this setup.
Harmen: How much does it cost? What temperatures are needed for 50 watts? How much heat does it transport? Thanks, really interesting!
RA4FOC: Красиво конечно, но очень низкий КПД.
Product Of Truth: does enough amps come from it t make hho? that would be cool,,has anyone ever tried it?
Allen Cox: i thought a volt and amp meter would be nice.
Very first Made in The USA Thermoelectric Wood Stove Generator5
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