How to Make a 40 Watt Electrical Generator from Common Household Items
There's no charge for this electricity! All you'll need for this project is...
Now, watch and learn how to make your own emergency power if you find yourself in a bind.
You might need a strong arm, and a lot of patience, but here's how to make a simple electrical generator you can use to charge your cell phone, various batteries, and even power small lights.
All you need is a cordless drill...
And a few other common household items for leverage.
At 100 RPM, you'll generate 5-6 volts at 7-8 amps.
If you have the muscle to crank faster, you can get even more!
If you don't feel like hand-cranking, try fastening it to a stationary bike and going for a ride, or how about hooking it to your kids stroller and going for a walk? You could even make it into a windmill and use wind energy to power it effortlessly.
Well, there's a make-shift electrical generator that you can make in a pinch. What situation can you think of where a charger like this would come in handy?
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