Outdoor solar power outlet
This nice task for a transportable solar driven outlet ended up being originally developed by Instructables individual JasonE for their wife to decide to try a girls' camp, nonetheless it was a winner into the site's Green Tech competition come early july, demonstrating people discovered it helpful for lots of applications. From camping trips, to running a drill while making things external, this socket will allow you to make and fool around with the power of the sun.
JasonE claims, "i have been able to continually run an 80 watt unit for about three hours without interruption and it also could have gone much longer, in addition to run an electrical exercise under load with no doubt or slowing. This is one powerful device!"
Bear in mind while you build your unit that Volts x Amps = Watts.
Everything you'll need:
1) power (I utilized a 12V 26AH battery that we ordered off the internet for about $65)
2) Inverter (I used a 410 continuous watt inverter that i purchased at Wal-Mart for around $35)
3) cost Controller (i purchased one off the net for around $18)
4) solar panel systems (we used the garden lights that I bought from Wal-Mart for $0.97 each)
5) Electrical cable
6) Soldering Iron and solder
7) cable strippers
8) One thing to bracket everything down
9) "typical resources" (needlenosed pliers, screwdrivers, stapler, exercise, etc.)