How fans produce electricity
can you use a PC fan as a generator? (Electronics)
written by Sebi2020, 23.11.2012, 5:37 pm
»Can a PC fan from the power supply unit from the computer be used as a generator?
»My buddy had a PC fan that could be used as a generator
“True I believe from SUNSON
»12V, watts no idea how much that was true
“He held it up to a fan and a meter behind it
»Can a battery be connected in series to boost the current from the PC?
" Fan. Plus from the fan to minus from battery 1.5V and plus from the
»Battery to an LED with series resistor, minus from the LED to the fan
If you want to destroy your LED you can do that
However, your "generator" is no longer of much use. A generator generates alternating voltage / current. An LED is operated with direct voltage! You have to rectify and smooth the current from the "generator" first. See bridge rectifiers here in the ELKO. After you have rectified the voltage, you can connect it in series, but only after the rectifier circuit, but do not think it makes much sense, the only thing you can achieve is a voltage increase. What is the point of the "generator" if you clamp a battery in front of it ?!
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