Making Electricity - Bicycle Generator - Part 4

Have you ever wanted to turn a hobby RC brushless DC motor into a bicycle generator? I'll show you one way to make it happen.

I'm using a kurt kinetic road machine as the base for my bicycle generator in this video: [affiliate]

I'll also be using a Midnite Classic 150 MPPT Wind Charge Controller: [affiliate]

80A 80 Amp 3-Phase Three Phase Bridge Rectifier AC to DC: [affiliate]

Here's the rc motor housing I'm using in the video:

Here's the rc motor adapter I'm using in the video:

Here's the Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 6374 motor used in the video: [affiliate]

Part 1 is about assembling the rc motor adapter:

Part 2 is about assembling the housing:

Part 3 is about wiring the bridge rectifier:

Here's an idea for storing your electricity:

Part 5 explores Watts generated vs motor RPM:
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