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Pico Hydro Photos - Tips

Thu, 8 Jul 2010 00:41:48

Hello Chris, Search in Google.com for Pico Hydro and switch to images. I have looked at many of these Pico Hydro photos, I did the search in Google.com for images and found a lot of them, I saved as, then opens them in my graphics program and enlarged. The motor set-up is amazingly simple, yet as I see it what make this works is somehow a low RPM generator is spinning with what appears to be direct drive, and not pulley systems or ratios being worked, just one to one, as the water spins it, it generates. Put some type of 3 dollars reverse charger on it and you have a constant wattage or diode, voltage regulator etc. This all is good for running lights, but it will burn up any type of motor quick, unless put regulated or there is an over-abundance of electricity. I am not excited about the system, the more I look, justs seems like too much work for a Togo person, they wild not do all this water piping connecting on a river high and bring low. They used to mine gold this way, just wash away the side of the mountain with a big jet pulled from up top. I tried to get a German Man in Cascade Verde, Costa Rica, who was saying he was a PermaCulture to run a pipe like this, there was a stream above his Hostel less than 50 meters, he was Perma-Greedy, not Perma-Culture, he just sold people on the idea of Veggies. I am going to try my boat in the water, water-wheel idea, they can mass make these, and just take them to the water anywhere it moves, plus will not clog with all the plastic and junk on the water. The idea I have would really work good on the Amazon River or the Mekong River. Ok, Great info, I am getting in a hydro-electric state of mind here in Atakpame, Togo. May 1, 2007 Thank you,
Andy HoboTraveler.com
https://www.hobotraveler.com/blogger.html 2007-05-01

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