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YodaD3 days ago

Many thanks for this

Am wondering if there are Books out there for complete 63yr Old novices and learning and understanding Solar. Would like to eventually build a system so it will run a fan and small fridge etc when power goes out like it does, sometimes for days and in case of a major outage, would like the info in my hands to build a system or at least have the necessary products etc on hand, got a Generator etc, but noisy and expensive


pawan g1 month ago

On seeing your instructable, I am instantly motivated to try out a Solar Charger. Hats off Deba168

deba168 (author)  pawan g1 month ago

Glad you like my works...

Telemabo2 months ago

Please I placed a comment/enquiry t on your mppt solar charge controller instructable. Please I am waiting your response. Thank you.

rjawale2 months ago

you have some of the best instructables!

deba168 (author)  rjawale2 months ago

Thank You rjwale.

rjawale deba1682 months ago
you're welcome!
iicc8 months ago

sir thanks for this project. i am having a doubt that i am giving 3 ADC inputs i.e solar voltage,solar current, battery voltage inputs with the help of potentiometers but i am getting only one single output of PWM i.e only 90% . If i change the inputs then also getting same PWM

Sir please help me out that Why PWM is not changing with variable inputs??

mshadowes9 months ago

Thanks for the great schematic, Am I correct that the grounds are all separate Ie. battery, solar panels,arduino each separate and not combined or attached to the arduino ground. I've been working at this for a week but won't give up till I have success :)

deba168 (author)  mshadowes8 months ago

No all grounds are connected to each other.

JasonM1511 months ago

Awesome Job! I ordered the parts from Digikey, Cant wait to try this out and see how efficient it is.

deba168 (author)  JasonM1510 months ago

Thank you..

chrisfwy10 months ago

thank you so much!u are awesome!and i appreciate the efforts u spent in this site

deba168 (author)  chrisfwy10 months ago

Thank You so much for your appreciation.

I tried my best to help the community :)

BartłomiejH10 months ago

Hindu its very smart people :) I have few friends from there - best friends. Great project and best instructables. Regards Deba