SOLAR BAG

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THIS IS AN SOLAR BACKPACK TO CHARGE ALL YOUR DEVICES WITH A REMOVABLE POWER BANK

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Step 1: GRAB EM ALL

Solar panel
bag
powerbank
connectors
gluegun
soldering iron

Step 2: Attach the Connctor to the Panel

Solder a diode and the connector through wires to the solar panel

Step 3: MAKE THE POWER BANK READY

ATTACH THE FEMALE CONNECTOR TO THE POWER BANK

Step 4: Paste the Solar Panel on the Bag

Using glue gun attach the solar panel to the bag

Step 5: DETAILS

this is a 2600mah powerbank or more as u wish
charging time is 10 hours for power bank
then it can charge a iphone once
solar panel is 6v .1watt

Step 6: ALL SET READY TO GO

FIRST CHARGE YOUR POWERBANK IN THE SUN WHILE OUT

Step 7: NOW YOU CAN CHARGE YOUR PHONE

charge ur phone or any other device with the removable power bank

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    celalboz

    2 years ago

    what is the value of the resistor in the diagram?

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    Oms2burn

    2 years ago

    Very cool idea. Might want to stick to lighter (white, light grey) backpacks / bags. I could see people laying the bag out to charge their phone... hours later, the inside of the bag is a zillion degrees (overheated electronics, melted chocolate bars....).

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    Mr Chicken on grill

    3 years ago

    Sounds very interesting, i'll try it out. As for building it, I was wondering will this degrade my power bank life span?

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