March 27, 2012 – 12:31 pm

FRESNEL LENS ** WWW.GREENPOWERSCIENCE.COM this is our frame design 2007 © 2007 Greenpowerscience Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 24 Responses to “solar energy collector -FRESNEL LENS 9 SUN COLLECTOR SOLAR POWER SPOT”

  2. Yep when gas and electricity gets too expensive we’ll all be starting wood fires for heat and cooking with the lens from the TV we can’t afford to power anymore.

    By rhblakeman on Mar 27, 2012

  3. OMG…I never put two and two together. LOL now I love fresnel lenses. We use them to induce prism and are a pain to apply….net tv that goes out…solar oven. Kinda feel bad putting them on glasses now.

    By Cjaz84 on Mar 27, 2012

  4. yes, but will it float?

    By StativStakitKasket on Mar 27, 2012

  5. Oh and don’t clean these with windex! It makes them cloudy.

    By MistaJayRock on Mar 27, 2012

  6. @elijahvivio1996 elijahvivio You bet! Make sure you separate the Fresnel Lens from the other screens carefully. Make a frame around the edges to keep it flat when you use it. Pine works but it warps if not stored flat. Like a picture frame. (pine also gives you splinters if its cheap). It works well when the side with the Fresnel pattern lines faces the sun. Be sure to use eye protection. Sunglases are not enough. Get welding goggles. They are not expensive and worth it to save your retinas

    By MistaJayRock on Mar 27, 2012

  7. @pigpal2 GPS website or take them out of the screens of old (1990’s) rear projection screen televisions (Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, etc) The better spot lenses come from non-HD analog projection models. “Free Energy” does not have to be expensive. :)

    By MistaJayRock on Mar 27, 2012

  8. honey yummmmm……….

    By albertsauce on Mar 27, 2012

  9. i have a screen from a old projection screen tv…. can i achieve something like this with it

    By elijahvivio1996 on Mar 27, 2012

  10. make one the size of a house.
    then california.

    By a10fjet on Mar 27, 2012

  11. Go to your address bar, after the word YOU and before the word TUBE, type in “win” then press enter

    By dahorn100011 on Mar 27, 2012

  12. I had a fresnel lens that was one of those old TV screen magnifiers. ou could turn a small TV into a larger viewing area with it. I took it outside once to use it in the sun and was amazed at the power. It was so powerful that I could hold it on a piece of wood and run water from the hose and the wood would still burn.The water would boil away instantly and the wood was still on fire. I was afraid to keep it around the house so threw it away. Dumb move.These should be used for power generation.

    By conifergreen on Mar 27, 2012

  13. @luiger123 star ship troopers should take history lessons and learn about frennel lenses!

    By joshgura on Mar 27, 2012

  14. it would suck to have a pair of eyeglasses that were fennel lenses, ones eys would get fused to their skull so fast. it would be terrible.

    By joshgura on Mar 27, 2012

  15. I wonder what this means to a professional glass artist

    By ZebbMassiv on Mar 27, 2012

  16. @pigpal2 check our website:-)

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Mar 27, 2012

  17. where can i get this? I WANT ONE SO BAD!

    By pigpal2 on Mar 27, 2012

  18. just for kill gigants ants! xD

    By luiger123 on Mar 27, 2012

  19. @Akathepriest
    No, you can’t. The sun provides the energy, not the lens. So a bigger area to collect sunbeams is the most significant way to improve this “experiment”. Pretty sure your focus area is smaller, so most likely you will be able to melt small amounts of glass for example. Need a steadier hand though.

    By tim2473 on Mar 27, 2012

  20. Can you try to melt some coins?

    By pianokd11 on Mar 27, 2012

  21. this fresnel len can use on the ants hole and kill it all ants

    By bestamerica on Mar 27, 2012

  22. this is great I love it!

    By olympustec6969 on Mar 27, 2012

  23. der, like how hot does it get, der

    By laithnour on Mar 27, 2012

  24. If the TV is pre 1995, it is good, newer tvs are view all angles. So they do not provide a clear lens. They actually are fuzzy and diffused.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Mar 27, 2012

  25. i have been told that the screen from a projection tv can do the same thing (focusing light, starting fires etc.) do you know if its a fresnel lens also?

    By AKA0987 on Mar 28, 2012

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