I wanted to make a portable solar charger that could be used to hold various accessories and keep my phone in the shade while charging. The first thing I did is buy an inexpensive panel that could output around 300ma @ 20 volts. After finding one I bought a USB car charger that can take an input voltage of 12-24 volts and connected the panel's output to the chargers input. After verifying that it does charge my phone, I made a small wooden box and used hinges to hold the panel. I used half an eraser as a wedge to make the panel hold an angle when its in the open position. This setup will fully charge most cell phones in about 4 hours.

<p>I like your Instructable</p><p>Thank you so much for sharing</p><p>Rima</p>

About This Instructable



Bio: I like finding new uses for things, making things, and improving things. I'm a student who is currently looking for a better job, one ... More »
More by Khaleel123:ESP 8266 ARDUINO WIFI CONTROLLED AC OUTLET 3D Printed Arduino OLED Watt Meter Solar Powered Radio with Bluetooth + MP3 
Add instructable to: