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Charge your phone with DC Motor when there is no current, emergencies, no charger...

Follow the video for visual step by step procedures.

Step 1: Have With You

  1. 200-300 rpm DC motor
  2. Connecting wires
  3. mobile car charger
  4. Wheel
  5. USB cable

Step 2: WHEEL IT

Screw the wheel using screw drivers so that it will be easy for you to generate current with your hand

Step 3: TERMINALS

Bottom terminal(button type) of car mobile charger is positive while side(ring type) terminal is negative.

use wires for extending them.

Step 4: CHARGE

Rotate the wheel in clockwise direction. Make sure that red is positive and black is negative else you may damage your car charger. There it is you have made it !

Step 5: Want to Have Fun

Take 2 or 4 motors and make a bot using chassis. image shows only one side motors.

One side motors:

USE PARALLEL CONFIGURATION M1//M2

Two side motors(car/bot type):

USE SERIES PARALLEL CONFIGURATION ie [M1//M2]--[M3//M4]. In word they can be explained as one motor is parallel to another while one side (pair of motor) is in series configuration with other side. If you collapse wiring then you will loose energy at the same time you will damage your car charger. Instructions are clear , YOU CAN DO IT AND HAVE FUN.

Step 6: HAVE FUN

Keep this in your mind : More the motor you use then faster your phone gets charged!, Even if you rotate at rated rpm it won't exceed more than its rated voltage. It is recommended to use 200 rpm DC Motor

DRIVE YOUR BOT OR ROTATE THE WHEELZZ TO CHARGE YOUR PHONE !!

YOU CAN ALSO CHARGE YOUR SMART/FEATURE PHONE, iPOD, iPHONE, iPAD, TAB!!

THANK YOU

<p>Thanks that is very helpful</p>
Great hacks!!!
<p>Great hacks dude!!, Thank you!</p>
Perhaps add a rectifier ?
<p>no need of any other circuit!!</p>
<p>Great life hack! If you ever need to charge your phone in an emergency, this is a good way to do it. </p>

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