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Bears rotating parts such as wheels.
Stores the electrical energy of the SolarBiker.
Nut that has two “wings”
Stores electrical energy
Tag for product safety issued by the European Union
Coherent set of interlocking and movable links, normally metal
Baugruppe des SolarBikers zum Zählen der Pedalumdrehungen
Shows electrical data such as the energy stored in Storage Module of the SolarBiker.
Also known as power or electricity
Electric power production
The "production" of electricity is the transformation of another form of energy into electric energy, for example, the conversion of solar energy with the solar cells of the SolarBikers.
Electrical engine, which converts electrical energy into rotary motion, for example, the motor that powers the SolarBiker.
Ability to work. Those who work need energy!
Storing energy for later use
Combination of electric engine and gearbox
Use of different gears on the SolarBiker, such as the gears with 20 and 60 teeth.
Total amount of solar energy hitting the earth's surface
Light radiating object, such as a light bulb or the sun
Multiple pieces that have been put together into a larger unit, for example, the legs on the SolarBiker.
Energy from renewable sources such as from the sun
A button that resets something to its initial state, like the button to reset the counter on the SolarBiker to zero
Combination of several electrical components in series
The SolarBiker is a model bicycle from Solar-Dorf Kettmannshausen that requires self assembly and that is an experimental tool for fun learning.
An electrical device for the direct conversion of solar energy into electrical energy
Component with several solar cells in a housing
Transmits and transforms mechanical (kinetic) energy
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