This project is a light that turns on in the dark. The battery that powers the light is rechargeable, and is connected to a solar panel. This project is good if you want to have a lamp that charges up during the day, and turns on when it is dark outside. The goal of this project was to take apart a solar powered lamp, and use the components for other potential applications.
Solar powered lamp.
4 pieces of wire.
LDR Light Sensor.
Step 1: Use screw driver to unscrew cover for solar powered lamp.
Step 2: Use wire cutter to separate circuit board from the rest of the project.
Step 3: Remove solar powered battery from the lamp.
Step 4: Use wire to connect new components with the circuit board. Make sure to attach wires to the old soldering points. Use electrical tape to hold the wires in place.
Step 5: You can now use this project in any container you would like.
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