Having trouble with a small class project I was intending to present to the class next week.

I wanted to demonstrate the use of Peltier panels to generate electricity.

I think I may not have sized the motor/peltier panels correctly.

I'm using: 3X https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00CDK1SL0/ref=pe_386430_30332290_TE_3p_dp_1

with 1X https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0098WE9O4/ref=pe_386430_30332290_TE_3p_dp_2

Peltier panel:

Model: TEC1-12706

Size: Approx. 40mm x 40mm x 3.8mm

Voltage: 12V Umax (V): 15V

Cooling power: Qcmax 58-65W Imax (A): 5.8A ?Tmax(Qc=0): up to 65°C

Operates Temperature: -30°C to 83°C

Max power consumption: 70 Watts

Motor:

- Product Name : Micro Motor;Model NO. : 130;Rated Voltage : DC 3V
- Rated Current : 0.2A;Speed : 12000RPM;Rated Torque : 65g.cm
- Body Size : 27 x 20 x 15mm / 1.06" x 0.78" x 0.59"(L*W*T);Shaft Dia. : 2mm/ 0.079";Total Length : 38mm / 1.5"

Any help would be appreciated, I'm super new to this and just wanted to show my class a neat little experiment to maybe get them excited about the sciences.

The idea was I would wire the panels in series and then place them on a bowl of boiling hot water with a bowl of ice cold water on top. then the motor would power a small fan.

Thanks guys,

-J