I am new here.. I would like to build my bicycle generator with permanent magnet motor similar to this one Bicycle Power Basics
Basically, I want to run my pedal cinema with a bike generator. I am not sure about the load I will need but I will try to reduce it as much as I can because I am aware that I will not be able to produce more than 100W anyway..
I made some research about permanent magnet motors and I found some here http://www.fireworksandscootersdirect.co.uk/category.php?CID=52 They mainly differ in watts.
- is the wattage of the PM motor important in making the decision about single bike generator? If I buy a motor with 24V 350W RPM2750 will I be able to run appliances which consume more power rather then I would purchase a motor 24V 250W RPM2750? Does it mean that the motor with higher wattage will be more effective in running appliances which consume more power?
As I understand, the adult person is able to run the bicycle with more or less RPM 60, so it means that in an hour I will be able to do RPM 360, which is 7 times smaller then RPM2750. So if I use a motor with 350W, will it give me 50W and if I use a motor with 250W it gives me only 35W? Is this correct or I am completely wrong?
How can I choose a permanent magnet motor?