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The Universal solar charger

The Universal solar charger

This is the best green gadget for charging your stuff. It even has a flash light. To View All Steps on one page, Go Pro Today! step 1what you will need1 project box (plastic is recommend),1 led (),1 4 AA battery pack, 4 AA rechargable batteries, 1 male 1/8 phone jack, as many female 1/8 phone jacks, 2 solar cells, 1 indic… step 2cut the holesCut put and drill the holes that you will need to have the wires from your solar panles,  leds, jack, and your switches.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.26 at 10:49

How to build a Solar Power Station

How to build a Solar Power Station

This Instructable is on how to build a battery power pack that charges from the sun. I built it this past summer to have a portable device that I could run and charge my gadgets on.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.22 at 02:57

Button cell battery pack for experiments or small applications.

Button cell battery pack for experiments or small applications.

Hey everyone! Lets learn how to make a battery pack! Really simple, easy, and cheap. These are great for experiments and tests, or small applications that require 3.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.15 at 21:36

Building a portable power station for field charging

Building a portable power station for field charging

This instructable is a field charger/ power supply to run low draw electronic devices such as phones radios and cameras in the field without having to go find an outlet or 12v receptacle.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.13 at 00:43

Baggy Solar Cooker

Baggy Solar Cooker

Introduction. The insight for this project came from two community members: Mintyhippo and pepi. Special thanks to them. I became interested in solar cooking a few months ago.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.11 at 11:47

Solar Food Dehydrator (Dryer)

Solar Food Dehydrator (Dryer)

Dry your fruit, vegetables, and other goods with your own sun powered dehydrator. Electric Food Dehydrators can be expensive and consume unnecessary energy.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.05 at 00:03

Non-PV Solar Power

Non-PV Solar Power

Hello, in this Instructable I will show you how to generate solar power using inexpensive solid state parts and without PV (photovoltaic) cells or panels.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.10.03 at 21:58

Make a LED lighted Handy Ruler

Make a LED lighted Handy Ruler

How many times the enviromental light isn't enough to draw a line or to make a drawing and you can't see very clear? I had the same problem so when i bought these two identical rulers from a Lidl store i knew what exactly to do with them.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.29 at 14:53

Homemade 63 Watt Solar Panel

Homemade 63 Watt Solar Panel

I am a young person interested in solar energy. I decided to build a solar panel. I am young and if I can do it then anybody else can to. I will take you through everything from building the frame to soldering.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.26 at 16:47

Easy Nickel Cadmium Battery Charger / Discharger

Easy Nickel Cadmium Battery Charger / Discharger

I built this simple charger / discharger for 3. 7 volt Nickel Cadmium cordless telephone batteries. It could easily be scaled up to charge larger Nickel Cadmium battery packs.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.25 at 18:21


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