Stirling motors

These motors are run by heat
Author: H. Roussel, France
Our customer H. Roussel from France manages to make a CD-ROM rotate solely with the energy of a hot cup of water and a Stirling engine. Our W-05-G cube magnets are glued to the disc which, with the movement, induces a current into a coil and causes LEDs to light-up.
Our customer H. Roussel from France also describes how he manages to make a CD-ROM rotate solely with the energy of a warm hand and a Stirling engine. Our W-12-N cube magnets (nickel-plated; the gold-plated version is no longer available) are glued to the disc, which, with the movement, induces a current into a coil and cause LEDs to light-up.

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