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'[EE]: Microhydro using "smart drive" washing machi'
2002\11\30@155036 by Russell McMahon

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NZ alternative energy site.
Includes ideas on using a NZ made "smart drive" brushless DC washing machine
motor as an alternator in a microhydro system (typically about 500 watts but
varies with model) .


       http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/ecoinn/index.htm




Ref from David Reid

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'[EE]: Microhydro using "smart drive" washing machi'
2002\12\02@125103 by Alan B. Pearce
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>NZ alternative energy site.
>Includes ideas on using a NZ made "smart drive"
>brushless DC washing machine motor as an alternator
>in a microhydro system (typically about 500 watts
>but varies with model) .
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>        http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/ecoinn/index.htm
>

Hmm interesting. Wonder how those motors would go driving an electric car,
with suitable drive electronics. One motor per wheel.....


Interestingly LG have just started marketing a "direct drive" washing
machine here in the UK. Instant thought when I saw the advert, "NZ has been
doing that for 10 yrs" :))))

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2002\12\02@133846 by Herbert Graf

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> >NZ alternative energy site.
> >Includes ideas on using a NZ made "smart drive"
> >brushless DC washing machine motor as an alternator
> >in a microhydro system (typically about 500 watts
> >but varies with model) .
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> >        homepages.paradise.net.nz/ecoinn/index.htm
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> Hmm interesting. Wonder how those motors would go driving an electric car,
> with suitable drive electronics. One motor per wheel.....

       Not very well I would think, at most these motors are 1 or 2hp, with four
of them you are looking at under 10hp in total. You're car has to be built
pretty light for this to move you up a hill. TTYL

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