Thermal Energy DIY – How to Make a ThermoElectric LED Lamp!

Here’s a great idea for making something useful, a DIY thermoelectric LED lamp that uses that generates electricity off the temperature difference between the hot candle and the cool heat sink.  I have to say this could come in handy when your power goes out.  Rather than using the candle itself to see in the dark, use it to power this cool LED lamp.

I am sure this idea can be applied for many other things, brilliant indeed.

The thermoelectric lamp generates electricity off the temperature difference between the hot candle and the cool heat sink. This we can use to power small devices, like a radio or very bright LEDs.  You may be able to charge an mp3 player off of it too!

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