[OpenTRV-dev] Thermoelectric power for TRVs?
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Thu Mar 28 10:27:20 GMT 2013
My feeling is, that if there is a big enough gradient to extract energy from then we're doing the heating wrong.
(I even own some huge Seebeck devices!)
On 28 Mar 2013, at 10:24, Thomas Hood wrote:
> Electronic TRVs need electricity. A TRV is always very close to an
> (intermittent) strong heat source. It is possible to generate
> electricity from heat via the Seebeck effect. These thoughts plus
> Google led me to the following website.
> The company, Micropelt, also offers an evaluation board with an iM222A
> (ZigBee) chip on it.
> 2.4 V, 0.1 to 10 mW thermoharvesting power after DC Booster
> Detachable wireless sensor board
> 2.4 GHz, IEEE 802.15.4, Zigbee compliant
> pre-qualified and certified RF module of IMST
> SPI, I²C, JTAG and configurable I/O interfaces
> User programmable
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