How can you hook up a tredmil to an electric generator to produce free electricity?

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How can you hook up a tredmil to an electric generator to produce free electricity?
i want to generate free electricity with a tredmil. i figured i already go on it, so why not save money while exercising?

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Answer by Foxy
haha! i dont think its going to be worth it, but what you could do it take a car starter moter, attach a rubber wheel to it (and clamp it in place touching the belt of the treadmill... and now you have a dynamo producing free electric (from your hard effort!)... thing is, how are you going to harnis it! maybe rechargable batteries!, but your going to need to try and regulate the power coming out!

its not getting the elecric froma dynamo thats hard, its making a good circuit to put it to good use for something!

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One Response to How can you hook up a tredmil to an electric generator to produce free electricity?

  1. David F

    It won’t be free unless you are a subsistence farmer, as you’ll need to purchase food to fuel your body to run the treadmill.

    Basically, disconnect all the fancy-schmancy electronics connected to the drive motor. Figure out the voltage of the motor (probably on a label on the motor). Pretend the motor is a generator. Then buy an appropriate ‘DC to AC inverter’ or ‘AC to AC transformer’ to convert the output of the generator to 120VAC, 60 Hz. Should be good to power a TV or laptop.

    Don’t connect this to your house wiring, as it could electrocute a linesman if he’s trying to fix the hydro pole down the street, and thinks the power is off. If you really want to live off the grid (or feed back to the grid for profit), you’ll need a special ‘transfer’ switch, and electrical inspection.

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