The Design of Portable Battery Charging Devices Using Motorcycle Wheel Round

  • Feranita Jalil Universitas Riau, Indonesia
  • Firdaus Universitas Riau, Indonesia
  • Ery Safrianti Universitas Riau, Indonesia
  • Ade Hidayat Universitas Riau, Indonesia
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31258/ijeepse.2.3.21-25
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Keywords: Chargers, Dynamos, Regulators, motorcycle rotation

Abstract

The design of the utilization of motorcycle wheel rotation for portable battery charging aims to make a device that can be used to charge batteries or gadgets by utilizing motorcycle wheel rotation. This tool works by using the rotation of a motorcycle's wheels into electric power for charging power bank or cell phone needs. This tool consists of 3 parts, namely dynamo, a rectifier circuit, and a regulator circuit. From testing the tools that have been made, it is proven that the device can work and produce an output voltage of 5V and a maximum current of 0.95A. The power produced is 4.75 Watt. This tool can charge a cell phone for 0-100% in 226 Minutes and charge a power bank for 50% for 131 Minutes. The recommended speed of the motorbike when charging is 30Km / h.

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Published
2019-10-09
How to Cite
[1]
F. Jalil, Firdaus, E. Safrianti, and A. Hidayat, “The Design of Portable Battery Charging Devices Using Motorcycle Wheel Round”, IJEEPSE, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 21-25, Oct. 2019.