Joseh Parish: What a dumb ass. He doesn't know crap. Give the video to the lady speaking
as she knows more.
bobinmissouri: it Feb 21st and we have about 10 inches of snow here in St Joseph Missouri
homskoult: A "Hot Air Heater" is that like a hot water heater? I wonder why we say it
Jeffrey Parker: Solar "hot" air heater as opposed to a solar "cold" air heater... If it was
hot air, you wouldn't need to heat it... Just like a "hot water heater'.lol
Bushdoctor68: Great video! Thanks.
GoatHollow: Pretty sure that "Electrical thingy" is a snap disc thermometer. Was used
to tell the fan when to turn on.... when the temp. in the panels gets hot
enough. Most of them are set at 110 degrees farenheit. You should use it!!
No use blowing cold air into the green house.
taylor fake: @london1817 Thank you I'm taking apart cheap solar lights and a solar car
fan to suck the air into my solar heater
Ron Kolesa: i am very curious to find out how well it worked for you. Is it keeping the
green house warm enough on its own, to grow vegetables?
Green Power Farm: @KingRyltar It works great but, I have them covered right now because it
bobinmissouri: are you going to be doing any new videos on solar or wind power? am trying
to learn how to make it real cheep i am on disablety
Green Power Farm: Cool....Thats what I thought it was but didn't really know ..Thanks for the
jjHBT: Maybe ... SHANGHAI HANSEN INVESTMENT DEVELOPING CO., LTD solar power panel
iwantosavemoney: How to wire a snap disc by richallenmusic has some info on how to wire up a
snap disc themometer what is does is it close when the temputer get so high
it closes the cerit and the fan comes on and when it cools down the fan
turns off or opens the ceruit i hope this little bit of infomation helps
the cheap guy
Green Power Farm: HeY Vic !! always glad to hear from you my fried!........My dynohub is
still going strong man!! 8 months of survival with no problems!! Anyway I
think you are right about the thermal switch ..hope fully i get it
working!! hhahaha LOL...peace...rick.
Green Power Farm: Good ideas. Thanks iam trying to figure out hook it up . Hhaha thanks.
happygameshow: Looks like a temp sensor of some kind. I'd suggest insulating your PVC to
make sure all the heat isnt sucked out of the pipe before it gets into your
greenhouse. Hope to see another video on this.
Green Power Farm: Thank you for watching! & your comment!
Green Power Farm: Hahha thats right! Good comment..haha
Green Power Farm: @bobinmissouri the cheapest way to do it is to build one. use a motor like
a bicycle light generator ....and blades from PVC.....I will be building
more and tons more videos on wind....one of my passions in life.
trailkeeper: That small part you found there might be a temperature sensor - typically
used to turn the fan on to circulate the air through the solar panel when
it is warm enough , othersise it does not turn on so that cool air is not
brought into the area that you want to be heated.
Green Power Farm: @MvTCracker They really work! Great way to go!
taylor fake: I plan to build one and use a passive solar heat collector for the winter
Green Power Farm: Cool...I will check it out.!! Thanks for the comment!
Green Power Farm: @MvTCracker That would be great.!
mountainman28713: like goathollow said...use it. Or you could use the thermo cycle(natural
heat circulation) or no electricity in other words. Maybe a 12v marine
blower fan with the snap disc themometer? Just a few ideas.
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