Diy Easiest Solar Charger (usb)

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Introduction: Diy Easiest Solar Charger (usb)

About: If you can't make it simple,you don't have right to make it...

its very cheap to make
and thus only a begginer project

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Step 1: Why You Need One

it is the only source of power during an
apocalypse
emergency
ZOMBIE ATTACK
or daily life
outdoor recreation trip

and it is a free way to charge any of your usb device

Step 2: What You Need to Make One

solar panel
diode
usb socket
container (optional)

Step 3: Lets Get Em Together

glue the solar panel
and press it firmly
here i used hot glue gun , you can use any other glue also

Step 4: Component Details

circuit components

Step 5: Circuit Diagram

this is so simple

Step 6: JUST FOLLOW THE PHOTOS ONE AFTER ANOTHER

no SOLDERING required
just twist the wires together
and make your connections insulated

Step 7: Congratulations You Made It

Step 8: CHARGING SUCCESSFUL

you can charge any usb device that uses 5v

Step 9: Thanks for Watching

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    8 Discussions

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    Conan1412
    Conan1412

    2 years ago

    Can i use 12 v solar panel?

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    Markus9065
    Markus9065

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yes you can, however you would need to use a 5v voltage regulator, (7805), to prevent over voltage and possible damage to the phone and/or battery explosion. To be honest the diode being used will work fine to prevent damage to the circuit, but when you step up to a 12 volt circuit, you must use the regulator.

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    KingC23
    KingC23

    2 years ago

    Can I use 3 volt solar panel

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    MichelleW130
    MichelleW130

    2 years ago

    where did you get the female esb socket with the wires, did you just strip one out of another machine?

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    skipthompson81
    skipthompson81

    2 years ago

    great job, except a really close pic of the wire to panel would be helpful.

    did you not connect to the wire running across the front?

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    3366carlos
    3366carlos

    2 years ago

    nice. What are the specs for panel? How much current and wattage? Where did you get it? Thanks

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    parvgupta001
    parvgupta001

    Reply 2 years ago

    got it on ebay
    its 6volts

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    parvgupta001
    parvgupta001

    Reply 2 years ago

    1watt
    166.6 mA