Importance for Human Physiology
Very inspiring! Thank you 🙂
I remember doing this for a 1st grade science fair project
I'm in the 10th grade now
Can you assemble on 3 foot long? How much power would that generate?
If I wanted to check the voltage produced, which voltmeter model is best to use?
thanks for making
if I wanted to increase the voltage produced per rotation what variables would I have to change?
What if i only have small magnet does it work?
can a 0.9mm copper wire be used for this ?
Hey thanks for showing me how to make this! One question: I can only find 1.5 V 40 mA mini bulbs at Radio Shack, I've called around but all the stores near me are sold out of 25 mA. I saw on your website you use a 40 mA also, should this work?
is it important to use copper wire?
what specs of copper wire u use?
So the wire can overlap? Can I use insulated copper cable?
What grade would this project be recommended for? I'm in the 8th grade, would this be suitable? i find it very interesting. Please answer asap as i will need to prepare a report very soon. Thanks! 🙂
it's a DC generator! not an AC generator as you said!
I'm having a lot of trouble finding the 1.5 volt lightbulb… Do you know any CANADIAN sites I can order from? Other stores are charging 30- 50$ for shipping!
what it done than I use small magnet
what if my copper wire is too short and I tie it to make it long to reach 200 turns does it work?
Hello I am working on this for a science fair and can not get the bulb to light. I have the same radio shack bulb. I don't think i have the wires correctly placed. Does it matter which wire goes on the long leg of the bulb? I have the last wire (meaning not the one i taped to the box) on it.
Can you do a video on how to make the generator from plastic like the one on the beginning of your video?
i could only do 48 spins with the copper wirecould it still work or no?…..
Old but gold. Watched you years ago glad I found your channel again. Hope all is well bro.
How to position the magnets?
How many coils? Are the magnets required not to touch each other?
Thank you for this video helped with my science program
if you buy more than 1 loop of wire can it still work?
i have a physics project to build an alternator like yours, but the twist is i need to generate a minimum of 25V what do you suggest i do?
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Is there a way to find out the negative or positive charge of each wire end?
dear sir i make one like you but still not give me any voltage why do you think the wrong
where exactly did you tuck the first end of the wire?
is that the other pole you attached to the light? i didn't notice where you had it
The thing is, would stronger magnets create more electricity?
what types of copper wire should I use?
if I use a thinner wire, should I wrap more than 300 times or still the same?
your profile picture haunts me in my sleep.
Hi, Thank you for showing us how to do this. Since you posted this video Radio Shack went out of business. Do you have recommendations as to where else i can purchase these items? Specifically the light bulb. I'm having a hard time finding the correct one.
What if I use neodymium magnet? It would work or nah?
doing this at school GCSE DT class u know
As a nice video please a make from the 3.7 volt trasistor to 100 volt
Dab on the hates. Electrifying video.
May i use neodymium magnet?
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10 years has been gone today is 9 nov 2017
Thanks Sir I would like to know which wire is best and with 1000 turns
Where can we get those wires
Which part of the wite is negitive and which part is positive
@wbeaty can i do this experiment with a larger cicumference copper wire instaed of a thin copper wire …..????
I'm having a miserable time finding magnet wire. (locally) Is beading wire the same thing? Or is that something different?
Does anyone know of any other bulbs that might be usable for this?
Damn I wish radioshack was still a thing.
Fake video .It did not worked ..I tried this..Is any one who successfully made it..??( Sure not anyone )And it is not for any school or college project.Your teacher will throw it away…
What if i only have access to a circular magnet?
This is single phase, i know. But, what if I wanna Bust-A-F*** some LEDs, can this be easily converted to 3 phase generator?
Superb….my daughter in 2nd grade is enjoying doing this….but not successful yet😉. Will keep trying
Can you make a neodymium version of this?
anyone here because of Michael(Vsauce, DONG,…)?
Would the magnetic feild reach the the outer wire loops if i used #35 wire and did 3000 loops with rare earth magnets?
Would you get more voltage if you increased wire gauge and kept the same number of turns?
Yesssss!!!! It worked….
Thanks a lot. Will surely try doing more projects
I followed the instructions on your website with slight changes (i added about 4 times more wire) and the 3v bulb i powered kept flickering on and off is there any way i can make it stay on?
On the website you gave instructions to make a more powerful generator, and i would like to know if it is necessary to use smaller wire and why.
Ps. Would it get 120 volts?
Can I use neodymium magnets instead of cermic magnets?
If i use neo magnets and thin wire at 3000 turns and spin it 6000 rpm will it get 120 volts?
Does the wire need to be enameled?
I think you can see how to make it on Avasva . This is just an advice 😉
You can find something like this on the Avasva page. Full step-by-step instructions right on your desk.
Go to Avasva page if you want to learn how to build it yourself
Today My son and I made this generator. So simple! It's working! I love science! thank you
Wow! finally i get a A.C generator
Amazing video pls post regularly😊
perhaphs using a diod instead of a bulb is more practical these days
Can i use cable copper wires?
This is generator is in Google
What gauge copper wire did you use?
What if a speaker magnet, does it work?
How many turns for red LED?
Was ac or dc light bulb used?
I don,t like it
thanks, I need it for my grade 6 science fair, its about saving energy in a house I'm making a model
Thank God this saved my project
Will this work for powering a cellphone charger instead of a light bulb? I need it for our research in school
Thank you so much
Use a drill
6:53 My class is laughing there heads off at this part. In fact, my class laughed at every part, they should act like a middle schooler. (the thing is that my whole class is a middle schooler.)
4:09 I need this for my model in science class and I couldn't see this part like, did you wrap it around the magnet? Did the wire come out of the other side? I'm confused..
Will only 2 magnets work?
Where can I get the magnets in Australia?
does a stronger magnet provide more power or is it all in the amount of turns or thickness of wire?
SIR CAN YOU TELL ME IN WHICH DIRECTION YOU PLACED THE ENDING WIRES …..
First of all, let me tell you what material I have used.
Cardboard – size as mentioned in the instructions
nail – more than 8 cm long
copper wire – 120m length – https://www.jaycar.com.au/0-315mm-enamel-copper-wire-spool/p/WW4013 (picture attached for ready reference)
magnets – 4 bars – https://www.teachersource.com/product/ceramic-magnets/magnetism-magnets
My queries where I need help from you:
1. Kindly confirm if the material that we are using are the correct ones. We can not buy anything from Radio shack as advised in the video because they do not deliver in Australia.
2. In the video, the guy mentions to use some kind of spacer between the magnets. What that spacer is and how to use it.
3. Instead of cardboard, can we use plastic or acrylic sheet, like it is shown in the starting of the video?
We are really relying on this video to make the simple generator and win a prize in the school science competition.
Your help in this regard is much needed and highly appreciated.
Faham gila sial
Lovely explaination step by step.Thanks.
teacher made me watch this thumbs down..
I don’t even know how many times I have watch this video probably more than 100
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