Making a Solar Panel Without Soldering

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Making solar panel( 2Volts ) without soldering but conductive adhesive tape and tangible solar cell.
 

Put the solar battery cell #1 facing down on the solar panel in its position, and put one side of conductive tape on a positive terminal and the other side of the tape on the cell #1.


Turn the taped solar battery cell #1 over facing up.

Locate the solar battery cell #1 in the rimmed position.

Put one side of a piece of conductive tape on the solar battery cell #1.

Put one side of conductive tape on the solar battery #1 and the other side of the tape on the solar battery #2.

Put a piece of conductive tape on the solar battery cell #2.

Do the same thing with the next solar battery cell as done to the solar battery cell #1 and #2.

Do the same thing with the next solar battery cell as done to the solar battery cell #1 and #2.

Do the same thing with the next solar battery cell as done to the solar battery cell #1 and #2.

Put one side of the conductive tape on the solar battery cell #4 and the other side of the tape on a negative terminal on the panel.

Check whether the solar battery generates the power either from the solar light or from the incandescent light.

Observe the seed of the spinning motor driven propeller.
Observe the voltage of the solar battery indicates 2V



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    3 Discussions

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    rbeforee

    2 years ago

    I appreciate that you show the results of the next step followed by that instruction step so I can see the goal.

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    Almodovar

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Your project interests me please make adjustments to your video.
    Thanks Carl