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#ThermoElectric  Charger
New at +NebShip Shop 
"Hatsuden Nabe" CUP CHARGER Thermo Electric Generator Pot - CC-5
Pan Size: 11.5 cm X 9 cm
Fold away handles.
One USB charging output.
Able to boil water and cook soup while generating power and charging devices.
Can charge USB devices including iPhone, iPad, camcorders, GPS and other devices.
"Captain Stag" etched into Lid
Voltage: 5V
Ouput: up to 3 watts continuous, 5 watts peak.
Stainless Steel construction inside and out for easy cleaning.
#OffGridPower  
How Thermoelectric Generators Work:

Although these generators look like normal household Pots and Pans, they are far from normal. They are actually very sophisticated fire powered DC generators, able to convert heat energy into electrical energy.

At the heart of the Cup, Pan, and Pot Chargers is one or more Thermoelectric Generator Modules (or "TEG"). A TEG is a device that creates a voltage when there is a different temperature on each side of the device. These TEG devices are made with materials developed in Japan for recovering waste heat in industrial applications and are capable of operation at extremely high temperatures, like found in a wood camp fire.

The TEG module(s) are mounted within a cavity in the bottom of the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers. The Cup and Pan Chargers employ one TEG module: The 8 Watt Pot Charger uses 4 modules, and the 12 watt Pot Charger has 6 modules. The FirePower 40 watt model is a different animal, and we will discuss it later.

One side of the TEG is exposed to heat (from a fire for example), and the other side which is thermally connected to the interior of the Cup, Pan or Pot is cooled by water which is placed inside the vessel.

When heated with a wood-fueled fire, the bottom of the pan will be exposed to temperatures in the range of 450 to 550 degrees Celsius (842 to 1022 degrees Fahrenheit). In a few minutes the water inside the pan boils and maintains a constant temperature of 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). This creates a temperature difference of 350 to 450 degrees Celsius (662 to 842 degrees Fahrenheit). It is this temperature difference that the TEG module uses to generate electricity, as the heat moves from one side of the module to the other side. This movement of heat actually goes through many hundred small devices in between the two surfaces on the TEG, and this heat movement is what generates power.

NOTES:

Water must be inside the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers during operation. Always keep the vessel filled at least 1/3 with water or the thermoelectric generator module(s) will be permanently damaged.
Clean the inside of the Cup, Pan or Pot by hand and do not submerge in water. The bottom of the vessel housing the TEG modules is not waterproof and should never be exposed to water.
Check the devices you intend to power for charge current requirements
http://www.ebay.com/cln/nebshipshop/Off-Grid-Fire-and-Cooking/114442367016
#SustainableSurvival  
www.nebshipshop.com 

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#ThermoElectric  Charger
New at +NebShip Shop 
"Hatsuden Nabe" CUP CHARGER Thermo Electric Generator Pot - CC-5
Pan Size: 11.5 cm X 9 cm
Fold away handles.
One USB charging output.
Able to boil water and cook soup while generating power and charging devices.
Can charge USB devices including iPhone, iPad, camcorders, GPS and other devices.
"Captain Stag" etched into Lid
Voltage: 5V
Ouput: up to 3 watts continuous, 5 watts peak.
Stainless Steel construction inside and out for easy cleaning.
#OffGridPower  
How Thermoelectric Generators Work:

Although these generators look like normal household Pots and Pans, they are far from normal. They are actually very sophisticated fire powered DC generators, able to convert heat energy into electrical energy.

At the heart of the Cup, Pan, and Pot Chargers is one or more Thermoelectric Generator Modules (or "TEG"). A TEG is a device that creates a voltage when there is a different temperature on each side of the device. These TEG devices are made with materials developed in Japan for recovering waste heat in industrial applications and are capable of operation at extremely high temperatures, like found in a wood camp fire.

The TEG module(s) are mounted within a cavity in the bottom of the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers. The Cup and Pan Chargers employ one TEG module: The 8 Watt Pot Charger uses 4 modules, and the 12 watt Pot Charger has 6 modules. The FirePower 40 watt model is a different animal, and we will discuss it later.

One side of the TEG is exposed to heat (from a fire for example), and the other side which is thermally connected to the interior of the Cup, Pan or Pot is cooled by water which is placed inside the vessel.

When heated with a wood-fueled fire, the bottom of the pan will be exposed to temperatures in the range of 450 to 550 degrees Celsius (842 to 1022 degrees Fahrenheit). In a few minutes the water inside the pan boils and maintains a constant temperature of 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). This creates a temperature difference of 350 to 450 degrees Celsius (662 to 842 degrees Fahrenheit). It is this temperature difference that the TEG module uses to generate electricity, as the heat moves from one side of the module to the other side. This movement of heat actually goes through many hundred small devices in between the two surfaces on the TEG, and this heat movement is what generates power.

NOTES:

Water must be inside the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers during operation. Always keep the vessel filled at least 1/3 with water or the thermoelectric generator module(s) will be permanently damaged.
Clean the inside of the Cup, Pan or Pot by hand and do not submerge in water. The bottom of the vessel housing the TEG modules is not waterproof and should never be exposed to water.
Check the devices you intend to power for charge current requirements
http://www.ebay.com/cln/nebshipshop/Off-Grid-Fire-and-Cooking/114442367016
#SustainableSurvival  
www.nebshipshop.com 

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#ThermoElectric  Charger
New at +NebShip Shop 
"Hatsuden Nabe" CUP CHARGER Thermo Electric Generator Pot - CC-5
Pan Size: 11.5 cm X 9 cm
Fold away handles.
One USB charging output.
Able to boil water and cook soup while generating power and charging devices.
Can charge USB devices including iPhone, iPad, camcorders, GPS and other devices.
"Captain Stag" etched into Lid
Voltage: 5V
Ouput: up to 3 watts continuous, 5 watts peak.
Stainless Steel construction inside and out for easy cleaning.
#OffGridPower  
How Thermoelectric Generators Work:

Although these generators look like normal household Pots and Pans, they are far from normal. They are actually very sophisticated fire powered DC generators, able to convert heat energy into electrical energy.

At the heart of the Cup, Pan, and Pot Chargers is one or more Thermoelectric Generator Modules (or "TEG"). A TEG is a device that creates a voltage when there is a different temperature on each side of the device. These TEG devices are made with materials developed in Japan for recovering waste heat in industrial applications and are capable of operation at extremely high temperatures, like found in a wood camp fire.

The TEG module(s) are mounted within a cavity in the bottom of the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers. The Cup and Pan Chargers employ one TEG module: The 8 Watt Pot Charger uses 4 modules, and the 12 watt Pot Charger has 6 modules. The FirePower 40 watt model is a different animal, and we will discuss it later.

One side of the TEG is exposed to heat (from a fire for example), and the other side which is thermally connected to the interior of the Cup, Pan or Pot is cooled by water which is placed inside the vessel.

When heated with a wood-fueled fire, the bottom of the pan will be exposed to temperatures in the range of 450 to 550 degrees Celsius (842 to 1022 degrees Fahrenheit). In a few minutes the water inside the pan boils and maintains a constant temperature of 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). This creates a temperature difference of 350 to 450 degrees Celsius (662 to 842 degrees Fahrenheit). It is this temperature difference that the TEG module uses to generate electricity, as the heat moves from one side of the module to the other side. This movement of heat actually goes through many hundred small devices in between the two surfaces on the TEG, and this heat movement is what generates power.

NOTES:

Water must be inside the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers during operation. Always keep the vessel filled at least 1/3 with water or the thermoelectric generator module(s) will be permanently damaged.
Clean the inside of the Cup, Pan or Pot by hand and do not submerge in water. The bottom of the vessel housing the TEG modules is not waterproof and should never be exposed to water.
Check the devices you intend to power for charge current requirements
http://www.ebay.com/cln/nebshipshop/Off-Grid-Fire-and-Cooking/114442367016
#SustainableSurvival  
www.nebshipshop.com 

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#ThermoElectric  Charger
New at +NebShip Shop 
"Hatsuden Nabe" CUP CHARGER Thermo Electric Generator Pot - CC-5
Pan Size: 11.5 cm X 9 cm
Fold away handles.
One USB charging output.
Able to boil water and cook soup while generating power and charging devices.
Can charge USB devices including iPhone, iPad, camcorders, GPS and other devices.
"Captain Stag" etched into Lid
Voltage: 5V
Ouput: up to 3 watts continuous, 5 watts peak.
Stainless Steel construction inside and out for easy cleaning.
#OffGridPower  
How Thermoelectric Generators Work:

Although these generators look like normal household Pots and Pans, they are far from normal. They are actually very sophisticated fire powered DC generators, able to convert heat energy into electrical energy.

At the heart of the Cup, Pan, and Pot Chargers is one or more Thermoelectric Generator Modules (or "TEG"). A TEG is a device that creates a voltage when there is a different temperature on each side of the device. These TEG devices are made with materials developed in Japan for recovering waste heat in industrial applications and are capable of operation at extremely high temperatures, like found in a wood camp fire.

The TEG module(s) are mounted within a cavity in the bottom of the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers. The Cup and Pan Chargers employ one TEG module: The 8 Watt Pot Charger uses 4 modules, and the 12 watt Pot Charger has 6 modules. The FirePower 40 watt model is a different animal, and we will discuss it later.

One side of the TEG is exposed to heat (from a fire for example), and the other side which is thermally connected to the interior of the Cup, Pan or Pot is cooled by water which is placed inside the vessel.

When heated with a wood-fueled fire, the bottom of the pan will be exposed to temperatures in the range of 450 to 550 degrees Celsius (842 to 1022 degrees Fahrenheit). In a few minutes the water inside the pan boils and maintains a constant temperature of 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). This creates a temperature difference of 350 to 450 degrees Celsius (662 to 842 degrees Fahrenheit). It is this temperature difference that the TEG module uses to generate electricity, as the heat moves from one side of the module to the other side. This movement of heat actually goes through many hundred small devices in between the two surfaces on the TEG, and this heat movement is what generates power.

NOTES:

Water must be inside the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers during operation. Always keep the vessel filled at least 1/3 with water or the thermoelectric generator module(s) will be permanently damaged.
Clean the inside of the Cup, Pan or Pot by hand and do not submerge in water. The bottom of the vessel housing the TEG modules is not waterproof and should never be exposed to water.
Check the devices you intend to power for charge current requirements
http://www.ebay.com/cln/nebshipshop/Off-Grid-Fire-and-Cooking/114442367016
#SustainableSurvival  
www.nebshipshop.com 

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#ThermoElectric  Charger
New at +NebShip Shop 
"Hatsuden Nabe" CUP CHARGER Thermo Electric Generator Pot - CC-5
Pan Size: 11.5 cm X 9 cm
Fold away handles.
One USB charging output.
Able to boil water and cook soup while generating power and charging devices.
Can charge USB devices including iPhone, iPad, camcorders, GPS and other devices.
"Captain Stag" etched into Lid
Voltage: 5V
Ouput: up to 3 watts continuous, 5 watts peak.
Stainless Steel construction inside and out for easy cleaning.
#OffGridPower  
How Thermoelectric Generators Work:

Although these generators look like normal household Pots and Pans, they are far from normal. They are actually very sophisticated fire powered DC generators, able to convert heat energy into electrical energy.

At the heart of the Cup, Pan, and Pot Chargers is one or more Thermoelectric Generator Modules (or "TEG"). A TEG is a device that creates a voltage when there is a different temperature on each side of the device. These TEG devices are made with materials developed in Japan for recovering waste heat in industrial applications and are capable of operation at extremely high temperatures, like found in a wood camp fire.

The TEG module(s) are mounted within a cavity in the bottom of the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers. The Cup and Pan Chargers employ one TEG module: The 8 Watt Pot Charger uses 4 modules, and the 12 watt Pot Charger has 6 modules. The FirePower 40 watt model is a different animal, and we will discuss it later.

One side of the TEG is exposed to heat (from a fire for example), and the other side which is thermally connected to the interior of the Cup, Pan or Pot is cooled by water which is placed inside the vessel.

When heated with a wood-fueled fire, the bottom of the pan will be exposed to temperatures in the range of 450 to 550 degrees Celsius (842 to 1022 degrees Fahrenheit). In a few minutes the water inside the pan boils and maintains a constant temperature of 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). This creates a temperature difference of 350 to 450 degrees Celsius (662 to 842 degrees Fahrenheit). It is this temperature difference that the TEG module uses to generate electricity, as the heat moves from one side of the module to the other side. This movement of heat actually goes through many hundred small devices in between the two surfaces on the TEG, and this heat movement is what generates power.

NOTES:

Water must be inside the Cup, Pan and Pot Chargers during operation. Always keep the vessel filled at least 1/3 with water or the thermoelectric generator module(s) will be permanently damaged.
Clean the inside of the Cup, Pan or Pot by hand and do not submerge in water. The bottom of the vessel housing the TEG modules is not waterproof and should never be exposed to water.
Check the devices you intend to power for charge current requirements
http://www.ebay.com/cln/nebshipshop/Off-Grid-Fire-and-Cooking/114442367016
#SustainableSurvival  
www.nebshipshop.com 

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