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Hello all,

This is my very first instructable! I have made a machine using a motor, some electronic components, gears and pulleys to very efficiently convert the kinetic energy from a persons hands into electricity. This can produce, at fastest speed, up to 12 volts, but it is controlled at 5 volts because I made it to only charge mobile devices. It has unlimited potential as more gears are added, and a bigger motor is used. It can also be connected to a bicycle or car wheel to produce amazingly high amounts of electricity. About 10 - 15 minutes of spinning would get your smart phone or tablet charged up to 40% - 50% if the product is built correctly. Good luck, and enjoy.

Step 1: Planning and Building

Sorry for the inconvenient format. All instructions are written in images. All the instructions are very clear and easy to follow.

Here is a video showing how it worked out at the end.

<p>It would be nice to upgrade and install thіs invention on a bicycle or something like that. It would be cool!</p>
<p>5volts 100 watts means 5v at &quot; 20 AMPS &quot; did you wish to fry up your phone. Or does it mean 100 mA ?</p>
<p>5volts 100 watts means 5v at &quot; 20 AMPS &quot; did you wish to fry up your phone. Or does it mean 100 mA ?</p>
<p>5volts 100 watts means 5v at &quot; 20 AMPS &quot; did you wish to fry up your phone. Or does it mean 100 mA ?</p>
<p>5volts 100 watts means 5v at &quot; 20 AMPS &quot; did you wish to fry up your phone. Or does it mean 100 mA ?</p>
<p>A few details:</p><p>Most chargers are about 5 watts, where does 100 watts come from ( and note, current is amperes not watts, watts are units of power )? A good athlete is good for only about 250 watts, for modest periods of time.</p><p>It looks like only the cell phone battery stabalizes the voltage, is this correct?<br></p>
<p>What a fun cool concept! Definitely interesting in this greener world!</p>

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