Last week, we told you about the world’s first AI camera, which allows users to independently shoot first-person video. Today’s article is devoted to the SOLUS heater, the main feature of which is the heating elements made of a thin layer of graphene.
About the project
The company Koleda from Switzerland collects funds at the Kickstarter site for the production of a unique graphene heater called Solus. The heater has a thickness of 1 cm, and its main feature is the heating elements made of a thin layer of graphene.
The developers of the heater claim that, thanks to elements from graphene, Solus will work without a decrease in performance for at least 30 years.
Testing of the heater has shown that it is 5 times superior to water heating and 20 times more efficient than conventional electric radiators.
Solus is powered by electricity, consumes 200 W of energy and is able to heat a room of 15 m². The heater is made in a strict design and looks like a large glass panel in black, so it fits perfectly into any interior. The radiator is 1 cm thick, 75 cm high, 32 cm wide and weighs 4.5 kg. Solus can be either mounted on the wall or put on a special stand.
Until the end of the Kickstarter campaign, the Solus heater can be purchased for $ 170. Buyers will receive their heaters in April.
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