How to Get Electricity for Free
That is right - you read correctly. When your electricity goes off, if you have forgotten to pay your electric bill or if there is a bad storm in your area that has caused a temporary blackout, there is still the possibility that you can use electricity - for free - by diverting some of the electricity that powers your telephone to power an electrical appliance, albeit a small one, such as an electric light.
As you never know exactly when your lights will go off, it is best to always be ready for any contingency. We recommend that you prepare now the foundation that is needed to get your free emergency electricity.
The first thing that you need to know that every phone has electricity running through it at all times. The amount of electricity varies from 40-70 volts. Your free electricity will come from harnessing that electricity and putting it to your own use. But, since the amount of electricity available is small, you will not be able to run your refrigerator on it, but you will be able to have light.
Here are the items that you need to purchase to begin getting your free electricity:
1 bridge rectifier
1 interface cable
To borrow electricity from your phone, it is first necessary to create a circuit. This is done by combining the first three elements on the list - the resistors, the regulator and the bridge rectifier.
The next step is to take the interface cable which you have purchased and to connect it to the circuit you have made and then to the appliance you wish to use on one end and the phone jack on the other.
Before your very eyes you will see that you now have light. (And the best part - the connection to the light does not affect your phone service.)
Once you have built your device, put it away in a safe and easily accessible place to be taken out in times of emergencies. Now you can relax knowing that when your lights go out - you will be able to have light.
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