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Tweaker place with bicycle dynamo rechargeable battery pack project on Kickstarter
Tweaker Emile Nijssen is a project on Kickstarter started for the Power Cycle. This portable battery pack can be recharged while the electronics and the batteries are easy to change. Include using a bicycle dynamo
Nijssen on Tweakers known as Mux and last year in the ‘sustainability’ of the World Prize Contest ASN won with his design for energy-efficient power-supply Madpsu. Meanwhile Nijssen along with the American business partner Joel Edelstein started a new project called Power Cycle . Via Kickstarter hope the two entrepreneurs gather for the further development of this battery pack and make it ready for the market of this product. Least $ 70,000
PowerCycle According Mux know the Power Cycle indistinguishable from regular portable battery packs. Located on a number of points Thus, the batteries are charged using a bicycle dynamo, which can be used to provide during a long bike ride. Sufficient power of a smartphone for example the battery used The batteries can also be charged using an AC adapter or via a USB connection.
The batteries and the required electronics of the Power Cycle are packaged in an anodized aluminum. The case is easy to open and both the PCB and the batteries are easy to replace by Mux and thus very hack friendly. Also, the cheaper B version, which is not to charge, via a bicycle dynamo subsequently develop to place. By another pcb this charging feature
Mux, further states that the Power Cycle rapper can charge devices if they have a fast charge option. It may be up to 1900mA generated, for example, while a typical phone charger 750mA via USB connection delivers. The Power Cycle the possible charging capabilities of a connected device automatically detect, but with “dumb” devices, such as speakers or fans, can be a switch on the power output may be reduced.
The Power Cycle measuring 100x60x25mm and is following the current plans come standard with at least 5200mAh li-ion batteries. Possibly the final design will get more powerful batteries. Before the product on the market to come, try using Kickstarter enough to find. Both entrepreneurs and investors beta testers
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