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Bicycle equipment A nominal 6V/3W hub dynamo is "literally" to be intended as a dynamo capable to deliver 3W when connected on a 12 Ohm load, mounted on a 28" wheel running at 20 km/h. The same dynamo is nevertheless normally capable to deliver twice th yesterday at 10:09 PM
by ConRAD
Bicycle equipment Originally Posted By: ConRADOriginally Posted By: derSammy... from my minimalistic point of view, the better way would be to go for less consuming electronic devices, insted of increasing the power needs. Well, I basically agree with you. Neverthele yesterday at 04:24 PM
by MajaM
Bicycle equipment Originally Posted By: derSammy... from my minimalistic point of view, the better way would be to go for less consuming electronic devices, insted of increasing the power needs. Well, I basically agree with you. Nevertheless sometimes, only sometimes yesterday at 02:16 PM
by ConRAD
Bicycle equipment Originally Posted By: ConRAD So what’s the real reason for not producing dynamos capable to deliver more than 3W ? I think it is just a question about the size of the market. I guess you know the price for the special size dynamos like SONs/Shutter yesterday at 10:19 AM
by derSammy
Bicycle equipment As far as I can see the StVZO 6V/3W basic specification has been established and then enforced in the years to guarantee sufficient light using a traditional 6V/3W (12 Ohm) filament incandescent light (or its electrical equivalent represented by a 2. 02/16/19 08:20 PM
by ConRAD
Bicycle equipment To the best of my knowledge the German and Dutch market ist the biggest in the world for cycle dynamos. It will be really hard for a company to establish a product which may not be sold in these markets. However, with the last changes in the German 02/16/19 01:41 PM
by derSammy
Countries Hi and Welcome to the Forum, I would recommend to also post this question in the German part. You might have more readers there and some of them might be able to answer your question (not me ). 02/14/19 06:57 AM
by Keine Ahnung
Countries From March to August 2019, I will go by bike from Germany to Taschkent (Usbekistan). The return journey will be by train (Taschkent --> Moscow, Moscow --> Germany). It would be great to know whether it is possible to take the bicycle in the abo 02/13/19 11:12 PM
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