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I Want to Diode the 125volt AC Output of My Tiny Portable Generator


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canada chris 
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Location: Ontario, Canada
Posted: September 17, 2018 at 8:02 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote canada chris
hi. i have a 60volt e-scooter and it charges my 5, 20amp/hour AGM batteries up to 72.5volts DC with 2.5amps[200watts] constant current, then floats at about 68volts when full.. i want to know from an electrical engineer what volts DC i will get if i get large diodes and clip half the sine wave of my 125volt 800watt pure sine wave POWERIT MODEL gn-1000 2 stroke oil generator. [not that it matters but my Motorino Brand e-scooter has a 500watt "AC" motor in the rear wheel]
i want about/at least 66volts and clipping half the sine wave i guess i am losing about half the watts too,... but i just want to extend my range and have an emerg charge to get home with/in my trailer. it might even charge/power as i ride LOL
be well all my new good friends and God Bless from canada chris
a little critical thinking ahead of time can save you a lot of layers of skin and pints of blood

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