Easy Alternator from electric motor conversion DIY neodymium magnet install

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  • Published on:  Sunday, January 15, 2017
  • This allows for easy electric motor to alternator conversion. Low RPM conversion.
    http://greenpowerscience.com/ALTERNATOR1.php
  • Source: https://youtu.be/k-4IbLOZwnA
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  • H Max

    H Max

     2 days ago

    Where did you get or how did you do the coils? The wiring?

  • virginia mkhize

    virginia mkhize

     1 months ago

    Very use full video

  • Gary Baris

    Gary Baris

     2 months ago

    For permanent use wrap some tape around it....lol

  • TD 777

    TD 777

     5 months ago +1

    Too many ads.

  • EarthWatcher

    EarthWatcher

     6 months ago

    No oil for the drill bit on the drill press? You're a beast!

  • Kenny Clement

    Kenny Clement

     7 months ago +1

    There splines not threads!

  • gaboogablah

    gaboogablah

     10 months ago

    Kinda pointless unless you have a big enough blade area to get the torque to turn the proper gearing to get enough rpms to make this worth using.

  • joe

    joe

     11 months ago

    Want to see that video of the next motor

  • GREENPOWERSCIENCE

    GREENPOWERSCIENCE

     11 months ago

    Ceiling Fan Alternator conversion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDOuutNWlGI

  • talash channel

    talash channel

     a years ago

    If v take magnets on same side what will happen

  • viperking105

    viperking105

     a years ago

    3000 rpm is to much

  • Manick N

    Manick N

     a years ago

    Dan its knurling not threads.

  • David Bolha

    David Bolha

     a years ago

    Squeezy device ! 😂😅😁

    Greatly put.

  • Derek Greenhalgh

    Derek Greenhalgh

     a years ago

    splines not threads

  • Dancing Spiderman

    Dancing Spiderman

     2 years ago +2

    I bet you can solve the world's energy problems with a handful of fidget spinners, a handful of neodimmingmum magnits, and screendoor screen, Dan.

  • CHARLES12STRING

    CHARLES12STRING

     2 years ago

    seems I followed back when i was checking out making my own solar , 1.50 a watt I think back then , now we can buy it at that or less , you were right in time they did come down in price :) , glad to see new vids :) hope you keep putting them out :)

  • internet mail

    internet mail

     2 years ago +1

    Hi Dan. You said in a previous video you will do a video on putting neo magnets in the piston cylinder of a petrol engine. Can you provide more info or a link to examples as I cannot find info on Google. Thanks.

  • Abner Timothy Navarro

    Abner Timothy Navarro

     2 years ago

    i have a project to make, so i wanted to make a generator, sadly i didnt find any magnet wires, so how can i make a magnet wire? and can the copper wires be thick?

  • eric3282

    eric3282

     2 years ago

    can alternator run in series

  • mikethemoneymaker

    mikethemoneymaker

     2 years ago

    Man Oh Man...Everything this guy touches is half ass and disorganized. A few years ago I watched a video where he and his wife were going to donate and ship these mini mirrored solar ovens to the needy overseas on pallets or something to cook food...I laughed then but now just want to cry.