How to Build an Engine/Alternator Generator 2/2 Putting it Together

Turns out everything was working perfectly. ...the volt meter's batteries were low, and gave some eroneous readings. :-P I put it together. There ya go! Yyyyep! Great for impressing girls. Oh, and... happy birthday danny sheehan, from carter and chris :-)

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How to get 120v AC out of a car alternator
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DIY 12V Generator Charger - 10 Demonstration and How to Build
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Bicycle Generator
Using an alternator, mountain bike and an inverter, we build a bicycle generator, and make 110 volt electricity, run a human-powered 220 Watt food processor, and more! Ahhh...the power! To see it charge cell phones and power a TV, check out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0x5j8_PKZw Thank you! What would you like to see next? Please comment & subscribe.




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