Summary of Cómo cargar tu teléfono con tu bicicleta

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This video shows how to charge a phone using a bike-mounted power adapter. The adapter uses a rectifier to convert the bike's alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC), which can then be used to charge the phone. The video goes on to show how to build this circuit yourself, using a few simple and cheap components.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Charlie teaches how to use a bicycle to charge a phone while cycling. He explains that an alternator converts alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC), and shows how to make a simple, cheap circuit to do this. By using a rectifier, we can make the AC continuous, which allows our phones to charge while we pedal.
  • 00:05:00 This video demonstrates how to charge a phone using a bike power adapter. The adapter adjusts the phone's voltage to a stable 5 volts, and adds some capacitors to filter out noise. The transformer converts the bike power's variable current into a continuous 5 volts. Finally, we see how this circuit looks in real life, with a regular bicycle charger, but it doesn't matter because it works basically. I just placed all my components on a perforated board, and attached a jack to the end of the cable. This cable then connects to the bike's alternator. All we need to do is install this circuit somewhere on our bike, and we're good to go. This super simple and cheap charger promotes clean cycling, and is even better because it's free. So please share this video, as it helps me get my message out there. In the next episode of Gansú Live, I'll show you how to make this charger yourself.

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