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I wanted to take a solar path light and turn it into some sort of self charging portable battery pack.With a little bit of work it was surprisingly ...
These things are great, no screws required, and they keep your breath minty while you work.
You will need to gut your solar light. Pull it all apart until all you have is the solar panel, circuit board and battery holder. Also remove the ...
Did you already re-wire everything ? Well you should have read the whole instructable first.You have to thread the wires for the solar panel through the lid of ...
These phone jacks are big and clunky, which not only makes them easy to work with, but also easy to keep clean. They can handle a lot more ...
Carefully assemble everything into the tin. - Drill a hole for the 1/4" jack. The metal is THIN, take care - Also drill a small hole for the ...
I used some foam to keep things from moving around. This also helped hold the LED in place against the side of the tin.
That's it, we're done. Close the tin, and admire the finished product. Leave it in the sun for a while and make sure everything charges. If you don't ...
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