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LED powered by waste heat

Posted on Wednesday, December 31 2008 @ 08:25:11 CET by

TechOn talks about themoelectric conversion, a process to turn waste heat into energy. Pictured below is a LED which is powered by the heat of a candle.
These technologies are all an effort to efficiently convert waste heat, which has been a nuisance thus far, into electricity. Potential heat sources include boilers, hot water pipes, automotive emissions and engines, ICs, microprocessors, transmitters in high-speed telecommunication devices, the sun and human bodies (body warmth).



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