I want to thank you and this company for the support and advice given to me throughout the past months. My project was a success and i got a very high mark from my supervisor. The final designed and fabricated device was able to successfully trap and convert the exhaust gas waste heat into electricity well and with expected efficiencies. Also the water cooling block which we purchased along with modules worked way better than the one i purchased from ebay. I was surprised that i was able to get 30% more power using you water sink compared to the one i purchase from ebay. i took it apart to see how it was constructed and now know why it worked so much better in maintaining a constant cold side temperature.
Thanks once again for all the answered questions and advice.
I have shown the unit to a few peoples, so I understand about word of mouth, I am always “talking shop” about off the grid living… so I most certainly have brought up this device. I myself may order another one soon… Ive always referred people to there website when i get fun items as such…. so you’ve got my referral.
I have a cabin that’s powered with solar panels and deep cycle batteries… in the winter i have trouble keeping them charged so i purchased the Ipowertower to see if i could trickle charge my batteries and keep them topped off. For the most part my off the grid power setup is for lights, radio, media, charging laptops, phones, pads, Power tool batteries…. i know serious setups power entire homes but i don’t have washer-n-dryers, fridgerators, or any deep draw items, when i do need serious power i fire up a generator.
My draw to Seebeck devices is because here in Alaska or in any survival situation A Fire is a given… your gonna use fire than why not tap the power off it? and So I have played with individual Seebeck units and after tinkering and researching I came across your device and thought… Lets try it. Its affordable and is well designed. I went ahead and ordered your usb converter device as to not have to come up with a circuit for some of my experiments.
I can see a market for this here… we have lots of alternative lifestyle people here that do live off the grid. Your larger unit that attaches to a wood stove I think you call it the rabbit ears cool name sounds and looks Amazing! perhaps somewhere down the road I would like to try it out. But I have no business to sell items as such. I do thank you for the device, it arrived fast!
Anchorage, Alaska United States (US)”