I have some questions about building a solar charger for my electronic devices. Please help! Answered
I want to make a universal solar charger for my electronics (like phones, ipods, gaming devices). I have a tiny tiny bit of basic knowledge about circuits (did not pay attention in physics...), so I really need your help. I have a few questions here.
Most solar chargers I see from the Instructables connects to a battery first. Is is possible to connect it directly to the electronic?
Is it possible to make a solar charger that can allow a device to charge like it charges to the wall. I mean adding a socket to the solar charger. So instead of the charger plugging into the device, the device is connected with its usual charger wire (with a plug) and then plugs into the solar charger socket. Just like how you would normally plug it to the wall. Please tell me if there is something like this.
Is the solar power strong enough to charge the devices? If not, is there an easier way to step up the power? If you can, please provide a diagram/picture/link.
Thank you so much for your help =)