Motorized Bike Generator

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by gearhead222, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. gearhead222

    gearhead222 Member


  2. john doe

    john doe New Member

    No but i'm really really tempted to try using one. I want to see if it can give a decent charge to one of those little tiny 12volt batteries from the 'power wheels' toy cars. If so, then maybe my bike could use a small stereo and a stock horn from a 93 mazda pickup :D
     
  3. hellbound212

    hellbound212 New Member

    Just picked up on a few days ago, seems to give off a nice charge.
     
  4. gearhead222

    gearhead222 Member

    Thanx Hellbound! The vendor included a couple of taillight bulbs after my friction generator blew out the stock one-He recommended the SPDT switch to ground out the signal when not needed-Will keep you updated:)-Gearhead
     
  5. hellbound212

    hellbound212 New Member

    ya that is what i am worried about, SPDT?
     
  6. gearhead222

    gearhead222 Member

    Single pole double throw switch:)
     
  7. gearhead222

    gearhead222 Member

    Dear Fellow Members-Installed with switch and it works great! The vendor recommended also buying the SPDT switch to ground out the generator signal when not needed. Worked great for me, as my headlight switch is cheese deluxe at best. Found some 6.3V 250 mA blubs at Radio Crap and they work great with my tailight-Gearhead222
     
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