This very usefull electonic survival tool that includes a BRIGHT L.E.D flashlight, a red light beacon and a solar powered cell phone charger with rechargable power supply. This lightweight kit can be used in almost any survival scenerio. Whether you are camping and you dont have your standard outlets to charge your phone? Or you decide to go for a walk in the woods and you can't find your way home. The uses just keep going!
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Step 1: What Comes in the Kit:
4x8 project box, 6 volt 1w solar panel, 6 volt rechargeable NIMH battery, 4 AA battery box, USB port, large red 6 volt L.E.D, The L.E.D from a six volt head lamp, Two switches one momentary and one on/off and 22 gauge red and black wire. TOOLS NEEDED: A hot glue gun, Power drill, Soldering iron 20 w minimum and a small file
Step 2: Drill the Holes
Now you will need to drill all the holes in the plastic project box, one for the main light one for the beacon, Two for the solar panels wires , the two for the switches as you can see in the picture below and finally file the slot for the USB port.
Step 3: Glueing Everything Together
Glue the lights to the box, screw the switches in, glue the wires from the solar panel and glue the USB port on to the box.
Step 4: Wire Everything Up
Wire the lights to the four AA battery box and the beacon to the momentary and the flashlight to the on/off switch. Then wire the six volt NIMH battery pack to the USB port then to the six volt solar panel. As you can see in the picture I put a recharging port so you don't have to rely on the sun to keep the battery charged.
Step 5: Finishing Up!
Put all the components inside the box and screw the box shut. You have now assembled your ultimate survival tool!
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