This will charge a popular station that can’t be mentioned here but starts with the letter B that has a solar input range of 35V to 150V MPPT Charge Controller
This will also charge a popular Power Generator that starts with the number 4 that has an input charge Voltage of 12V DC
This system will also charge a popular solar generator that can’t be named here but stars with the letter “N” that has an input range of 17V to 22V for a Max of 200 Watts. This means you can’t pedal too fast or you could exceed 22V and damage the charging system
This system will charge a popular Portable Power Station which can’t be mentioned her but has the initials EF – that has an input Voltage range of 10 to 25V DC 12 Amps Max. As long as you keep your Voltage below 25V DC when you pedal it will be ok
This generator system will charge a popular power station that has the initials G.Z.Y. which has an 8mm input connector port that can handle 13V to 22V DC up to 10A max (150W Max) . So as long as you control your pedaling speed to not exceed 22V you will be OK.