by Consumer Reports.
That’s enough power to turn any room into a furnace.
The patent is one of a number of devices the company filed in the past year, and it includes an infrared light sensor and a rechargeable lithium battery.
The patent describes a method for a coil burner that uses light as a sensor to detect the temperature of the air inside.
The coil ignites the coil to form a spark and releases the gas, which creates a spark that then travels along the air to the burner and generates heat.
The heat from the heat generated from the combustion produces heat in the coil, which then radiates out to the ground.
The coil ignite the coil igniter to form the spark, which releases the heat.
This heat is then directed into a coil, and the heat is used to produce heat.
The light sensor can detect the current of the coil by using a magnet.
The current can be detected by detecting the amount of heat in a coil.
This can be used to identify the temperature in the air and then determine the amount that is in the combustion chamber.
The heat produced from the energy released by the combustion is stored in the battery, and when the battery is fully charged, it can be stored in a recharge bag and used for a while.
The battery can also be used for storage of heat that is not needed, like when the burner is left in standby.
The company says that this coil burns for up to 4 hours, which is about half of the time it takes to make a typical incense.
The company says it will be able to build an entirely new device from the same materials, which could be useful in industrial applications.