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Experimentation kit generates thermoelectric power.

Suitable for demonstrating the Seebeck effect, Tellurex's PG-1 thermoelectric power generation experimentation kit supplies a net output of -0.75 W and an adjustable output voltage from 3 VDC to 14 VDC. The fully assembled unit can be used to charge batteries, run fans, or power LEDs, music devices, and phones. The self-contained device works by attaching the removable legs and applying heat using a canned fuel source. The kit includes a Tellurex Z-Max thermoelectric module (Gl-1.0-127-1.27), a DC fan, an aluminum heat sink, alloy heat collector plate, 6" legs, an adjustable voltage converter, stainless steel fasteners, and Teflon hook-up wires. The product measures 9" (228 mm) x 4.75" (120 mm) x 4.75" (120 mm) and weighs 1 lb., 13 oz.


Tellurex, 231-947-0110,

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Title Annotation:POWER SOURCES
Publication:ECN-Electronic Component News
Date:Mar 1, 2009
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