Learn how to build a hand crank generator from a dishwasher motor. Save the landfill and make something useful. Manual generators have been used to produce small amounts of emergency power for many years. You can find them on a number of things like weather radios and even electric lanterns. These are used extensively for people who live in areas that are commonly susceptible to severe weather and power outages. This DIY article was designed to introduce the reader to an easy to assemble hand crank generator.
This DIY Project was created, posted and shared with all of the readers at a website called Freedom Prepper. All the things that are needed can be easily found at almost any supply or hardware store. The information is presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and follow, but it could be useful to have a little bit of electrical skills. Learn about how easy it can be to repurpose an old dishwasher motor and turn it in a working generator. The project describes all of the needed materials, supplies and tools needed to get started and there is a video that includes a full instruction of how the system works.
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