This is my first instructable.
Here's a science project that will also be something very useful in a home, an RV, etc.
Before you see the video. Take a look at these PDF documents first.
1. Appliance Wattage Requirements
2. How Much Is Enough
3. list of parts and tools
They will help determine if you need more then one of these things.
Encase Your wondering? I'm not the one who built this. I am simply giving others a chance to not only help students make a great grade in science or science fairs. But to also use this project to lend them a helping hand in terms of emergency backup power source.
You'll need a bit over 2 hours of your time to see this video all the way through. There is also a PDF instruction document with this video.
You will also need some strong caffinated drinks to keep you awake while watching the video.
Afterward, Leave any and all comments and more below. The only way they'll get deleted is by the Instructables Staff.
Step 1: Now for the Video
As I mentioned before. This video is a little over 2 hours in length. The main reason being, is that's how long it takes to build this project. At the end of the building process. A demonstration is shown of how it works. It involves 28 light bulbs. I don't know if they are 60 watts or 100 watts each. Then it shows a big flat screen TV being powered by this thing.
If for some reason the video doesn't work right. Just go through the documents. I'll deal with the video as soon as possible.
One more thing ! It's not me that you'll see, building this.
Well, when all of work is finished and you've done some testing on how useful this thing is. I'm sure any student will get a very good grade. When it's at home, It'll be great against blackouts and evener longer.