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This is a solar cell powered battery.

Step 1: First Step

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Take 4 condenser, connect with the solder all the positive pins,than connect all the negative pins. Attach the solar cell's positive cable to the condenser's positive pins and the negative cable to the condenser's negative pins.
This is a BEAM Robot called a "Symet". It stores power in a trickle charge and then spins a motor for a few seconds and starts again.
ElectricJ9 years ago
Yo Joe, what how much voltage does this little setup produce?
it will always "produce"? a voltage same as solar cell's output voltage...a step up transformer circuit could be useful to make more VOLTAGE out of them...but forget current.....
removed4 (author) 9 years ago
take bigger capacitor i cant find nothing here i'm in a island!!
Pull apart a computer, there's some(4-9) big capacitors near the CPU
alxram7 years ago
What have you done here? More detail would be awesome...
Burn8 years ago
If you could add more details to this page or or send me more details It would be appreciated.
bear yogi9 years ago
tihs one sucks to
UltraMagnus9 years ago
hmm, did you even give values for the capacitors? how is it even a battery? this would only give a tiny amount of mAH, what could you even run from it without some sort of pulsing circuitry like that used in BEAM robots? and a "condenser"? its a capacitor
removed4 (author) 9 years ago
What do you attach this to?
removed4 (author) 9 years ago
This drawings seems Leonardo Davinci's notebook : )
removed4 (author) 9 years ago
i tested about 3,5 volts the problem are the amphere that go down very fast.
removed4 (author)  removed49 years ago
3,5 volts
What kind of load is this intended to run?
akimbo m9 years ago
Warning to other posters....

Don't feed the seagulls...

Hakaro_Joe (Joe Hakketto)!

Add more details soon please :)

It doesnt have to be that detailed, but just explain to us in simple text how you made it. Here's a rule of thumb "Materials, & 1,2,3 steps".

You have shown us the materials; now just make some simple steps.

Thanks! And welcome to instructables!