377RE: [AMBIENTENERGY] Re: RE: Re: Minto / Solar / Thermoelectric
- Jan 8, 2002If the concentration is not too much that sounds great. A study of
reflectors should come up with something that reflects the useful
wavelengths well and is a poor reflector of UV.
From: Charles Ford [mailto:cjford1@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 8:27 PM
Subject: RE: [AMBIENTENERGY] Re: RE: Re: Minto / Solar / Thermoelectric
At 04:21 PM 1/8/02 -0700, you wrote:
>The wafer slices are in a transparent encapsulant covered with glass orOh... I would have meant to say array...
>You said panel I believe.
Anyway. The amorphous glass type do actually roast if you overexpose
them. The Si chips are OK at 2X and require heat sinks any higher then
I have an experimental unit. It is an aluminum troth that offers 4X
exposure if properly aligned. You lay the troth west to east and there is
only one azimuth adjustment. It is water cooled (offering some extra
energy which I have not figured out how to use yet. It adjusts it position
about every three or four days. There is an added bonus in that the chips
face down into the troth protecting them from the sometimes violent Texas
Weather. (its hail proof)
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