Pedal Power Energy

Muscle-powered event modules

One thing is to be said in advance: The Pedal Power Energy event modules are not just  suitable for festivals, such as the energy-self-sufficient FUTUR2FESTIVAL in Hamburg. They also inspire at events, conferences, pop-ups and in hotels.

Visitors will receive a feeling for their energy consumption through gamification. How much energy do I actually need to charge my smartphone?

One thing is to be said in advance: The Pedal Power Energy event modules are not just  suitable for festivals, such as the energy-self-sufficient FUTUR2FESTIVAL in Hamburg. They also inspire at events, conferences, pop-ups and in hotels. So what is so special about the technology and the modules? Through Pedal Power bikes guests will receive a playful insight into the value of energy and electricity. the more energy the guest needs, the higher the resistance on the bike.
Beside the smoothie station with two pedal power generators and a smoothie maker on the front wheel there is Pedal Power Cell Phone Charger Station and a festival set for supplying DJ sets and light installations with energy available.

How exactly does it work?
Pedaling on bicycles, guests and visitors generate direct current via a generator installed in the rear wheel hub, which is provided with an inverter and small buffer as well as an overload protection (230V Schuko connection). With this output, any device can then be powered by electricity (as long as it meets the energy requirements with the amount of energy generated by the cyclist).
The number of bicycles to be actively used, depends on the wattage of the technology to be operated. The kick resistance is distributed over the sum of the
used bicycles.

What are the added values? 

  • Edutainment: guests playfully learn about the value of energy and power generation
  • Green energy: mobile phone charging stations, DJ sets, lights, etc. can be operated with "man-made" energy
  • show your guests your innovative spirit and enable an extraordinary experience
  • Fun! Heaps! 

What is possible?
Standardset
Four bicycle generators, one control unit incl. inverter, buffer and overload protection, as well as 6kW sound (2xJBL tops, 2 x JBL subs with each 1,5kW power). For use with DJ sets, light installations or live concerts for up to 500 people.

Festivalset
Eight bicycle generators, two control units including inverter, buffer and overload protection, as well as 6kW sound reinforcement (2xJBL tops, 2 x JBL subs with each 1.5kW power). For use with DJ sets, light installations or live concerts for up to 800 people.

One Bike One Speaker
The smallest bicycle disco set. OBOS is the ideal tool for small to medium sized indoor events with up to 100 people. A DJ set, a microphone or/ and a guitar can be connected to the box, provided that a mixing console is available. The set is rented out with a person, who takes care of the assembly and disassembly and oversees the technology during the event.

Smoothie station
The smoothie station has two pedal power generators with physical power transmission to one smoothie maker on the front wheel. Includes six Fender Blenders for alternate use on the two pedal power generators. Upon request, we supply stainless steel counter, washable floor, double sink, deposit cups and drinking water approved hoses. 

Pedal Power Cell Phone Charger
Two pedal power generators each with a desktop with eight USB sockets each
to charge all USB powered devices (especially smartphones). 

“Tritt den Lukas” 
Two pedal power generators, each with an LED column that is around 3 meters high. The amount of energy is visualized. 

Pedal Power Light System
Up to 10 bicycles generate electricity for lighting a whole event or stage. Individual headlights / effects / colors can be assigned to individual bikes. This displays directly the energy generated.

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  • Costs on enquiry 
  • All-inclusive service package: included

Available modules

  • Pedal Power Light System
  • Tritt den Lukas
  • Pedal Power Cell Phone Charger
  • Smoothie Station
  • One Bike One Speaker
  • Festivalset
  • Standardset

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