Mini USB B charger for smartphone, tablet, mp3, bicycle navigators for dynamo
It allows the connection of phones, smartphones, navigators, PDAs, portable MP3 players, tablets, etc. to the dynamo of a bicycle to allow it to be charged during your ride.
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It allows the connection of phones, smartphones, navigators, PDAs, portable MP3 players, tablets, etc. to the dynamo of a bicycle to allow it to be charged during your ride. A green, environmentally friendly and economical solution to charge the battery of your electronic devices during sports. The charge controller has a plug with a mini USB B male cable.
The device is equipped with a switch to decide whether to use the dynamo for the bicycle lights or to recharge your device (the use of lights + device is not allowed).
Easy installation on your bicycle thanks to manual and illustrations.
The device if correctly installed is not afraid of rain.
Input: 6V AC dynamo (can also be installed with several dynamos connected together in parallel)
Output: Mini USB type B cable and connector with approximately 5.2V stabilized (5.1V to 5.3V)
Maximum current 300mA (enough for many USB devices)
Dynamo use switch for lights or device charging (lights + device use is not allowed)
Charging indicator LED (active when the dynamo generates voltage)
Dimensions: approx.40 x 40 x 12 mm (excluding switch and side connection rings)
The regulator can also be used in 24 - 36 V electric bicycle accumulators
Approx. 60 cm long cable with Mini USB type B connector, cables for connection to chassis, dynamo and lights.
Made in Germany
Question: supported devices
Important: Our USB Mini B cable complies with commonly used wiring. We tested many devices, all of them worked perfectly. But of course there are exceptions with regard to devices suitable for connection, which do not comply with common standards and, therefore, cannot be recharged. If you are unsure of compatibility with your device, you can contact us.
Question: Power reserve on battery
You can also use a commercially available USB backup battery (not included) to provide additional power reserve while cycling.
How is the device connected to the dynamo?
Please find out which of the two cables coming from the dynamo is connected to the lamp center contact. Once the correct cable has been determined, they must be separated within proximity of the M172. Take the end coming from the dynamo and connect it to the "Dynamo" connection on the M172. The other end of the cable (going to the two lamps) is connected to the "light" connection on the M172. The "Frame" connection is connected with the wire that goes from the external contact of the lamp to the dynamo. Note: When using a wheel hub dynamo, it is possible that at speeds> 40 km / h the charge controller switches off the cause of too high dynamo voltage. However, at lower speeds it will turn on again automatically.