Did you Know that rotating a DC motor generates energy..?
We will be using this technique to make a free energy generator for our projects. The motor here used is a Geared 6v, 50rpm DC motor. The multimeter reading shows that this generator can output upto 16v at 300mA, enough for small projects.
Watch the video and make a free Electricity generator from a DC motor at home..
For written instructions, read further..
Step 1: Materials Required
1. A small piece of cardboard
2. A wooden plank or a piece of Thermocol to fit the motor
3. A wooden stick or a skewer
4. Few ice cream sticks
5. Hot glue gun
6. Geared DC motor (you can also use non-geared motors but they need to rotate very fast to generate even very little energy)
Step 2: Procedure
1. On a piece of Thermocol, make space for DC motor.
2. Using adhesive, paste the thermocol on the cardboard base.
Note:Do watch the video for visual clarity of procedure....
3. Also, paste the motor on the thermocol piece.
4. Cut a small piece of skewer and tightly attach it vertically to the motor shaft.
5. Take a small ice cream stick and Drill a hole at the side.
6. Glue it perpendicular to the skewer attached to motor shaft.
7. Take another stick and drill a hole.
8. Attach a Skewer to the stick and paste it on the stick connected to motor.
9. Our Free Energy Generator is Ready
10. Connect a LED on a breadboard and Rotate the motor using the Handle
11. The LED turns ON with full brightness (If LED doesn't turn ON then change the direction of rotation)
Note: I connected about 8 LEDs and a 9v DC motor, this generator did provide enough current to power all the components.
However, I yet did not test the limit for this generator. If anyone one makes this, surely share the experiences in comments section.
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All the best..:)