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This Instructable show you to make a very simple,green and portable solar power supply. Can even be used for camping, blackout, home power source and more. I am just ...
The materials and part needed for the project. Dont include the black paper.
You can add or modify. Notice: Every page will be edited weekly. - 150W Inverter - Larger 12V Battery - Add Another Cigarette Lighter Plug - Solar Panel
Use a soldering iron to melt the plastic or just simply use a dremel to grind the plastic. Then glue the cooling fan.
1.) Use a soldering iron to melt the plastic or simply use a dremel to grind the plastic. Then glue the plug. 2.) Connect the plug to the ...
1.) Use a soldering iron to melt the plastic or simply use a dremel to grind the plastic. Then glue the switch. 2.) Connect a wire to the ...
1.) Use a soldering iron to melt the plastic or simply use a dremel to grind the plastic. Then glue the plug. 2.) Connect a wire to the ...
Put everything in place but don't connect it yet. You will connect it later on the next page.
Add the solar panels. You can use a large solar panel or just simply connect small solar panels in parallel. I bought mine somewhere far they hade a large sale because the store ...
The schematics. I am using the ready made inverter not the one in the 2nd,3rd,4th schematic. -Ready made inverter -555 Inverter -2N3055 Inverter -CD4047 Inverter TIPS -Add a desulfator ...
Connect everything together Note: That the cigarette plug has not been added this time.
I am using the 500w Inverter. With a extention cord.
Thanks for looking. look for more by "angelo10"
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