New technology that spontaneously converts ambient heat into useable electrical power »New technology that spontaneously converts ambient heat into useable electrical power »

26/04/2013

Source: INNOGET

Tech Offer ID : O-1112

Kriisa Research is developing technology that spontaneously converts ambient heat into useable electrical power. No other technology harnesses energy from the environment in this way. The devices require no fuel, recharging, light, motion, pressure, vibration, wind, or temperature gradient, and will work anywhere.

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology and Dr. Terry L. Alford have independently validated the electrical output of Kriisa Research devices. These devices are compact, made from inexpensive and safe materials, have a long life, and produce no waste.

The science predicts power outputs >10 W/cm² in devices thinner than a postage stamp. The technology will be able to power consumer electronics, appliances, transportation, residential and commercial properties, and large power systems and is nearly ready for the nanopower market now.

More: http://www.innoget.comFuente: INNOGET

Tech Offer ID : O-1112

Kriisa Research is developing technology that spontaneously converts ambient heat into useable electrical power. No other technology harnesses energy from the environment in this way. The devices require no fuel, recharging, light, motion, pressure, vibration, wind, or temperature gradient, and will work anywhere.

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology and Dr. Terry L. Alford have independently validated the electrical output of Kriisa Research devices. These devices are compact, made from inexpensive and safe materials, have a long life, and produce no waste.

The science predicts power outputs >10 W/cm² in devices thinner than a postage stamp. The technology will be able to power consumer electronics, appliances, transportation, residential and commercial properties, and large power systems and is nearly ready for the nanopower market now.

Más: http://www.innoget.com

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