MopDMTBARTL: forget treadmill, indoor track with piezeoelectric devices under the track to generate power when running.
MopDMTBARTL: exactly, now we're thinking!
tbizone2002: awsome video, thanks!
MoralityManager: my power experiments don't fry linesmen... Their bosses do!
MoralityManager: I'm sorry... can somebody remind me what is so bad about frying linesmen? ;)
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Joe Joel: So how do we rate the video?
I say it is good.
Frissen alistar: It isn't worth covering the sides, because SOME light doesn't produce enough electricity to make something work. But yes, if one day there is any overheat, we could cover the behinds of the wehicles. You can ask this question here: ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM
Random Man: Hook that up to a 250 watt 24v Waeco camping kettle. My one boils 2.5 cup of water in about 20 mins = 83watts. Lay bets he could make a single cuppa in 30~40 minutes.
Random Man: Use a gearless brushless hall sensored 3 phase DC motor and an ebike controller with slipmode regeneration breaking. You charge the ebike controllers capacitors and turn it on with .6watts of pedal power. You can set the regen voltage switch on and switch off voltages with configuration software on some controllers. This is more noiseless and efficient and voltage current cab be controlled by the how much throttle signal you do not apply,
MidnightMarrow: I think with an alternator behind it with a belt on the rim with a proper gearing ratio it would have been easier to pedal more rpm's at an easier pace, Though you would need a battery to get it started.
Johnathan Berner: contact me at johnberner1991 at yahoo dot com and i can help you. I also have a new 1200 Watt PMA that will produce way more watts then the one in this video. I want to sale it. I make them myself. I sale them for $250.00. They produce 14 volts dc with 4 amps at only 175 rpm. These PMA's are great for building wind turbines.
Avijit Biswas: It would be a shame if you did not burn fat when other people do it so easily using the Skinnimaker Diet (go google it).
Domino SixO: Hello there i want to build my own electric bike , and im not sure get how its realy working the inverter with the motor and tha battery, do you have any tutorial about how to do the same like in this vid but with battery, thanks i hope you will reply
ankyss: you're funny
goodcat1982: who else clicked on this video because they thought he had a freakishly large arm? lol
michael phillips: 5:39 63c for us i think
david michalowski: bn doin it fr yrs. engn, bat, alt, cmp bkup invrtr. added a reostat fr my cmp and im on line. ant life grate.
LiPe VoLcOm: So if we hook up a charge controller and a regular power inverter will be ok? So the charge controller will keep the voltage to not damage the inverter or just charge some 12v battery
harpbloke: love the giant gym arm at the end!
Denis Zykov: Try this - Green Cycle Plus!
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Melodeego: i think people would be more inspired to work out knowing that they are saving energy that otherwise would be made by Fossil Fuels. It's a great business idea!
Dylan Thorner: @GREENPOWERSCIENCE
can you make video like this but use your leeson motor instead? it would be interesting.
Willie Chap: Thats pertty sneeky, they pay for a membership plus help the place reduce their engenry cost.
HungryGreeny: I guess it would be better to use car generator, because it has it's own voltage regulator inside and maintain constant voltage (13,5-14,5 V) in wide rpm range. Correct me if i'm wrong.
Willie Chap: Yup, i am not the smartest guy around, but i kinda though hat was imposible, thanks
HungryGreeny: No, it's imposible due to first law of thermodynamics.
Willie Chap: I watched a video on youtube, this guy took an electric motor, and a generator. the motor starts on AC power, which drives the generator, he says the generator has been altered to put out more power than normal, so the generator powers the motor, plus a bench grinder, is this possable? or is that a bunch of bologna?
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Ethan Nino: Good idea to entice gym patrons, you get a discount on your membership proportional to however much power you generate, maybe even getting money FROM the gym if you work out there a lot.
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Tipee78: 5:53 = hunchback of Notre Dam
acoustic4037: Thanks for sharing! You took the wind out of my sail though, as I can't seem to muster up the ambition to pedal 10 hours for 11 cents.
Peter Kan: ..... In China there are over 800 million bikes somewhere I hear
slapcompany: It's impossible for a company to get what it wants most if managers have to make a choice between their own values and company priorities. slap Company
solaris3000: Is it possible for a GT inverter to malfunction and cause the meter to spin faster (not in reverse) and actually raise your electricity consumption.
Could the GT inverter get confused and instead of sending current to grid it actually pulls energy from the grid. Have you ever heard of this happening?
Ryan Jackson: Dan, I just posted a video of my bike generator in your responses. I credited you in my video description. Thanks for the great info!
the5k0k3r: Very Informative!!! but this guy talks waaaaaya tooooo much
purplemutantas: Kill 2 birds with one stone. Solve our countries energy problems, and the obesity epidemic! People should seriously have these hooked up to their TV's. Or at least batteries to run the TV. Your TV viewing time is dependant on the time you spent peddling to charge the batteries.
baboracus: There should be a gym where the patrons get paid for their energy input. For example if you work out 1 hour for 20W or whatever than that's .02 kWh. Therefore you get 0.02*0.010 = $0.0002 per hr of working out.......... wow, bad idea.
TheBLazzed1: freak you noob
TheBLazzed1: freak you
buzzkillor: actually combine that with solar panels and a wind farm, maybe you could go off the grid at least during the day.
buzzkillor: You'd never get off the grid unless it was a huge gym full of patrons and nothing else. Exercise in the dark with no music.. ya know? I've done the math on it before. Even hypothesizing that I've not only got treadmills and bikes going, but also have tied pulleys (like on a universal) and other weight equipment into the power generation. People are feeble and love energy. But, still a good gimmick. Give people a card that records their "green" rating.
buzzkillor: I'VE been thinking about that type thing for aeons. Its not so much that a gym could go off the grid.. But just think, in someplace like San Francisco, where there are thousands of psudo-intellectual urbanites with just enough education to think they know what's going on but don't. Put green in the title of the gym, offer granola and water with a fancy name.. BOOM, got a yuppie gym turning a profit, and a bunch of full of themselves patrons.
8nwidth: Good thought provoking stuff as usual!
Daniel Fry: thats really quite impressive output considering, bring back the workhouse, lol. we could do away with fossil fuels just use poor people and convicts. lol only kidding.
impressive output when you consider what you can power off 100watts.
jojokhader: GYM's don't use this kind of bikes anymore.