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Category Archives: solar
Yesterday one of our readers sent in pictures of a solar system he built using two 180-watt solar panels. This should produce a maximum of a 108 amp hours of power on a good sunny day. You can see that …Read More...
Now I am no real expert on designing solar systems, but the other day I got lucky; while looking through the warehouse of an electrician I know, I found a pile of mismatched solar panels. Now these are panels that …Read More...
Our area is having a Solar Oven Cook off again in August and last year we cooked beans, this year I am going to cook chicken and thought maybe you would like the recipe.
Chicken Creole recipe – Makes ten …Read More...
I recently ran across a product called T-Lite made by Sundaya. This has been developed for third world countries and is now available from Sierra Solar 1-888-667-6527. It is a simple and relatively inexpensive solar powered lighting system.
It consists …Read More...
Simple and easy.
A couple of weeks ago I showed how to make a simple 12 volt battery pack (http://bit.ly/Pnpikc). Today I am showing how simple it is to charge the battery packs. I use these packs for …Read More...
I don’t usually recommend a business, but in this case, I am going to make an exception. Sierra Solar Systems located in Grass Valley California has been designing and building off grid solar systems for …Read More...
The PowerFilm USB+AA Solar Charger
I recently ran across the neatest solar battery charger I have so far encountered. It is the PowerFilm USB+AA solar charger. It is small compact and quite efficient. At 4.9 ounces, it is the lightest …Read More...
You can make your own.
A friend of mine made some battery boxes using 50 cal ammo cans and 12-volt burglar alarm batteries. They are very nice compact units that will provide 14 amp hours of power. I have built …Read More...