Student research: self-charging cycling navigation

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by LSE_marketer, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. LSE_marketer

    LSE_marketer New Member

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  2. lectraplayer

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    I personally see no reason this can't happen. A standard dynamo puts out 6V at 500mA, which isn't far off from the USB standard. Last time I checked, you can definitely charge a low end smartphone as it runs a GPS app as you ride this way.

    ...though it would help if there was a survey to take.
     
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    Interesting, but i'm old school cyclist, prefer the old dynamo.
     
  5. Waystand

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    The concept is really nice and it will definitely work. This is the age to develop your idea and get success. During college time you can put your all energy into your goal or idea and could get great success. I am graduated in finance and just got the job by searching on the internet. If you are also looking for a job in finance then click here now and you will get good references and maybe you could get a job instantly.
     
  6. MDASIF Uzzaman

    MDASIF Uzzaman New Member

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    opps,its interesting
     
  7. Moshiur Haque

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    I am interested work in good
     
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