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BJQ Home Power Generator – forget about the grid baby, just keep pedalling…


The BJQ Home Power Generator may look suspiciously like an exercise bike, but deep within that purple and yellow exterior lies a mini power station of note. Maximum power output is rated at 300W, 20A max at a rotation speed of between 65–75 revs per minute. I’m not clear what that means in terms of keeping the TV going, but hey, when oil runs out we’re all going to need to stick grandma on one of these or lose our American Idol reruns, amirite?


For those with their own bike, here’s a 150W fold-up portable version from the same company which will work with 26 inch wheels. Remember, no pain, no gain!

 1. When it starts to generate electricity, press the start button, switch it on and start the system. 2. When the under-voltage light on, it means that the present voltage of the battery is in lack, so you need to pedal it much faster. 3. When the super-voltage light on, it means that the present rotating speed is too fast, the system will be in an automatic protective state, and will regulate and reduce the speed automatically,till restore to normal.

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  • This piece of kit is a very good way to do some exercise in the comfort of your own home and to put the energy you expend to some useful purpose rather than simply have it all frittered away by some magnetic resistance system that only generates heat.
    It may also serve to limit your (or your child's) time spent watching TV. The set only keeps working as long as you keep pedalling.

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