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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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