Source: Taiwantrade | Updated: 14 December 2012
Assistant professor, Ming-Shi Huang, of NTUT’s Department of Electrical Engineering said that the energy fitness cycle is not a novel technology, but his team worked to double the power generation efficiency of conventional systems. The result is a product that when ten units are pedaled for ten hours, the electricity generated could power the lighting of an average gym for an entire day.
Rhymebus Corporation, the project partner of NTUT, was established in 1987 and manufactures AC inverter and auxiliary control equipment, as well as designing and integrating control systems.
NTUT’s other partner in the project, Atech Totalsolutions Co., Ltd., was established in 1980 and is focused on the development of Ni-MH and lithium batteries, laptop computers, LCD panels, serial flash memory, and micro controllers.