I am working on an project where I intend to install a bicycle DC generator to power a set of LED strip lights. The specific product I will be using is the Pedal-A-Watt permanent magnet generator which is capable of output around 400 W of power. For the sake of my question let's assume that I will have 100 W of lighting load with additional an 50 W lighting load being switch on by a relay if a certain condition is met.
My setup will be as follows: DC Generator -> 12 VDC Voltage Regulator -> 12 VDC /120VAC Inverter -> LED Driver/Power Supply -> LED Strip Lights.
My concern is that the the motor can output significantly more current than the lights will require. I realize the load dictates the current being drawn from the generator, but if someone is pedaling hard and determined to max out the generator, will they be able to overcome to counter torque cause by the magnetic fields inside the motor and fry the lights, inverter, and/or power supply? If no, why not?
I should add that my field of expertise is not electronics and thus I would like to use off the shelf products as much as possible.
Thank you in advance.