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In this video, you'll learn how to "MacGyver" a 40 Watt Electrical Generator from a cordless drill and a few household items. Here's how to charge a phone, ...
Note: This project is intended to be a "bare-bones" approach to generating electricity in a tight situation. There are no voltage regulators, no diodes and no capacitors to ...
There's no charge for this electricity! All you'll need for this project is... 1. A cordless drill 2. Anything you can find to help secure it in place ...
You'll need a way to connect the power you generate to your phone. Look for an old phone charger you might have, and cut it in half. We ...
Step 1: Remove the battery from the cordless drill and look up inside. You should see 2 terminals where the battery provides power to the drill. Step 2: ...
Now all you have to do is twist the rotating end of the drill, and you'll be generating electricity at the contact points where the battery would normally ...
It took about 3 hours of cranking, but I got my phone fully charged. The phone only accepts a very small current (about 94mA in my case), ...
Well, there's a bare-bones 40 watt electrical generator that you can make in a pinch that will charge batteries, illuminate lights, and provide a little electricity in a ...
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