Advance Projects: Power Research
Your Green Dream: some DIY for solar/wind/etc projects, may have some relevant things
GotWind.org DIY Projects: there's even one with a stepper motor...
- History of Thermoelectric Generators
- Fundamental Thermoelectrics: nice write up from Advanced Thermoelectric
- Thermogenerators @ Micropelt: brief description of thin film thermogenerator components. Can order samples of the cooler (as in temp, not awesomeness) devices.
- The 12 Most Frequently Asked Questions About: Thermoelectric Cooling and Thermoelectric Power Generation
- International Thermoelectric Society
- Varmaraf Thermater L Thermoelectric Generator: I just like the picture captioned "Professor Bragi Arnason, hydrogen pioneer in Iceland, uses a Thermator L to power electrolysis in his fuel cell demonstration unit."
37 x 33mm Polycrystalline Solar Cell (4) => arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
Solar Cell with Miller Engine (2)=> arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
Solar Cell Large(1)=> arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
12V SOLAR PANEL/ CHARGER
SOLAR-CELLS W/CHARGING CIRCUIT - 3 RED LED'S(3)
RECHARGEABLE NIMH AA CAT# NMH-1850 (4)
AA NI-CAD CELL W/ SOLDER TABS CAT# NCB-SAA (4)
3.6V / 280mA Triangular Rechargeable Battery=> arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
4.8V / 60mA Vertically Stacked Rechargeable Battery=> arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
3.6V / 300mA Triangular Rechargeable Battery=> arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
iTouchless Forever Last Flashlight New DLX Model, No Battery Needed - Just shake for 1 minute can last 100 minutes
Dynamo wind-up 3 LED Flashlight, AM/FM, Cell Charger, Siren, Headphone plug. The most complete unit! => arrived 13:16, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
Energizer - CHFCV - Overnight NiMH Family Battery Charger
Human Powered Workshop
Solar Dress Despina Papadopoulos
Thermogenerator tech could power 'smart clothing': short blurb on the potential for using temperature difference on body to power devices
Hamster-Powered Night Light
Aurora: Here's the code I was using at the workshop w/ a ceramic light resist. As the light levels lowered, the LED would blink rapidly, creating a fade effect. However! When I tried it again in my room, I got crappy results. This might also be because I was storing the light resistor in a bag of metal objects, and it may have been scratched/etc.
// Light Sensor Analog Changes Light Value
int inPin = 4;
int ledPin = 3;
val = analogRead(inPin);
Moondog 11:24, 21 March 2007 (EDT)