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Yes I ran the same numbers but:1000 peltiers in series would read 1000 x .019 volts= 19 voltsThe same 1000 peltiers in series would read 1000 x .2 amps = 200 amps200 amps x 19 volts = 3800 watts.

...If the same number of peltier squares were connected in series (960) of them the output would be:960 x 200ma= 192 amps960 x 20mv = 19.2 voltsorw=va 192 amp x 19.2 volts= 3686 watts

Wrong calculation.As the elements are in series, the voltages add but the current remains the same.960 peltier squares give 19.2v, 0.2 A, thus P = 3,84 W which is far less than a solar panel of same area.

This is interesting so I thought I might share it to see what the group thinks. I took a 1.5 sq. in. peltier and connected to a amp meter and a volt meter to see its output under heat conditions.The peltier is under a glass bowl so I can get the maximum output using a greenhouse effect. At an outside temperature of 83 F. I am getting a reading of 200ma and 20mv output. This is really quite high.A standard solar panel is around 24"x60" or 1440 in. sq. and will normally put out around 12v-17volts at ideally 100watts.If the same number of peltier squares were connected in series (960) of them the output would be:960 x 200ma= 192 amps960 x 20mv = 19.2 voltsorw=va 192 amp x 19.2 volts= 3686 watts

Am I missing something here?