POWER BANK SOLAR - PORTABLE

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PROJECT POWER BANK SOLAR - PORTABLE

POWER OUT TOTAL - 140W RMS - 110/220AC

MAX load Ia = 2,4a

AUTONOMY - 4 HOURS - USE BATTERIES 12V 7Ah in parallel

use:

CHARGE NOTEBOOKS

TV´S

PRINTERS

RADIOS

DVD´S PORTABLE

DVD HOME THEATER´s

LAMPS 12V

itens

1 - PAINEL 40W to 60w - ANY MODEL -

1 - CHARGE CONTROLLER - ANY MODEL

1 - INVERTER 1000W/1500W PMPO - 12VCC - 110/220AC

2 - BATERIES 12cc - 7Ah - GEL VRLA

CABLES

SWITCH

FUSE

GLUE

Step 1: DIAGRAM UNIFILAR

Step 2: CHARGE CONTROLLER

This controller is possible conect inverter

Step 3: BATTERY

BATTERY GEL

ANY MODEL 12 V 7Ah or more, with 7Ah in parallel, autonomy 4 hours night

Step 4: USE POWER BANK

Step 5: PV MODEL 40W TO 60W

This model panel KYOCERA KC50T 54W

Step 6: CONNECTION CHARGER

Step 7: CONNECTION 2

Step 8: Shwitch

Step 9: PLACE BATTERIES AND INVERTER

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    Dr.Bill

    11 months ago

    I made something like it...only mine ya can drag it around with ya.

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    JuarezGDr.Bill

    Reply 11 months ago

    Wow amazing, please what specifications?

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    Dr.BillJuarezG

    Reply 11 months ago

    80 Watts of solar to a 30 Amp charge controller through a WattsUp meter that tells me power going in and power going out. A 2000 Watt Xantrex Pure Sign Inverter. Lower Voltage Taps 4.5, 6. 7.5, and 9 Volts through Buck Converters. and a 200 Ah battery.

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    Dr.BillJuarezG

    Reply 11 months ago

    A single 20 Watt panel @ 12 Volts. Inside the junction box are blocking diodes and a 6 Volt Buck Converter that runs my radio, blood pressure cuff and anything else I have that runs off 12 Volts. Complete with a 10 Amp charge controller and a WattsUp Meter that tells me how much power I have coming in off the panel. This cart has jump started 2 cars too!

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    Dr.BillJuarezG

    Reply 11 months ago

    A single 12 Volt car battery.

    10 Amp Charge Controller.

    Watts Up Meter.

    20 Watt Panel.

    In the junction box on the panel are blocking diodes.

    Also there is a Buck Converter to provide 6 Volts at the plug.

    The LC-1 has jump started 2 cars so far and runs on 6 Volts my radio, blood pressure cuff, LED lights for camping and it powers my label maker.

    Two voltages 6 and 12 Volts.

    Below is the GC-1 it has 4 - 20 Watt panels total of 80 Watts @12 Volts.

    It carries a Xantrex 2000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter for 110Volts AC, a 200 Ah battery and has available multiple voltages - 4.5, 6. 7.5 and 9 Volts. 12 Volts is available straight off the battery through a plug on the front panel thruogh a magnetic breaker and also off the plug box on the left.

    The front panel (left) sports a 30 Amp charge controler @12 Volts.

    Center are 2 WattsUp meters I did remove 1 of them as it was not needed. The remaining meter measures Amps, Watts and Volts coming in and when there is no sun it measures power going out.

    On the front panel to the right I have added a panel disconnect switch.This cart keeps morphing into something better.

    I give you the GC-1

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    GilbertoK

    2 years ago

    I would not connect the inverter to the controller, it will burn out the controller. Instead install 12v relays to drive the inverter

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    JuarezGGilbertoK

    Reply 2 years ago

    Gilbderto

    thank you, really can , but I tested this driver(charger controller) and is working perfectly, because the controller does exactly this function by monitoring the load.

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    SolarQueenJuarezG

    Reply 2 years ago

    Gilbertok is correct. You are not supposed to connect an inverter to the load control of a charge controller. It might be working ok for you for now, but if a larger load is plugged into the inverter and it pulls more amps than the charge controller can handle, it will blow up the charge controller. Connect the inverter straight to the battery through a fuse or breaker instead. Most inverters have low voltage disconnect already and don't need to go through the load control on the charge controller.