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  1. Sparky_zap

    Sparky_zap

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    I'm doing a small project, a classic, turning an old motor into a generator by hand cranking it. Sadly I can't seem to find many details on the motor I have and I can't seem to get a voltage reading from it. Any tips or suggestions will be helpful. The motor is from a hotpoint tumble drier, and it worked just fine.. The heating element broke, and I manages to pull the motor out.
     
  2. bertus

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  3. Bluejets

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    Unlikely an induction motor from a dryer would work as a generator.
    When you select the correct type of motor, consideration will need to be given to the gear-up speed requirements and the fact that most human male output power is around 100w maximum and for a limited time.
     
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