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Hello! I'm Chris with tutorialbreakthru Are you ready to outfit your fishing machine with solar panels building your own semi flexible solar panels can be easy once you know how! Build, your semi flexible solar panel with confidence! Get familiar with our soldering techniques. Tips and tricks like, using a wood stick while soldering your tab wires to the solar cell we can help you every step of the way like checking proper voltages and currents. For those do it yourself ers who are familiar with solar cells I think we're the first to make tutorials of, how to.
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Burning Stuff With 2000F Solar Power!!
In a previous project I found a free tv and turned it into a giant solar scorcher. This shoots out a deadly beam of sunlight, that's hot enough to abuse food, melt metal and burn things you probably shouldn't. Today seemed like a good day to play with my Solar Scorcher. I positioned my frame and found the focal point, then added some concrete tiles as a base for my projects. Ok, I've got power, and I'll test it out with this piece of wood and when the light makes contact.
I've got instant fire. The sunlight at this spot is around 2000 degrees Fahrenheit, enough to melt this spot of concrete into a glowing orange liquid. I'm curious to see what I can do with all this heat so I've filled a glass bottle with water and I'll punch a hole in the cap. It's incredible to see that the instant I focus my lens on the bottle, it starts smoking. Just a few moments later this water is so hot it's boiling, and I'm a little nervous the bottle might blow. Yep, there it goes. The glass pieces are melting and that's cool,.
But now I want to try this on some food. I'll get some hot dogs, and when they hit the beam they really do get hot. This might be a little well done for my taste, and I'm still hungry so let's try an egg. The egg is actually working very well. It's so reflective it doesn't burn as fast, and even my wife is interested. A little salt and pepper and it's tempting to try a bite. Ok, so I wasn't actually expecting to eat this, but it looks safe enough, and.
Even my kids are anxious to try. Surprisingly, it's pretty good. Alright, let's see what else this will do. I'll try burning a penny, and, wow, it melted. How about a stack of pennies Yep, they're nothing but liquid metal now, and I'm thinking that slag in the mixture must be what's left of the copper coating. It's only taking about 4 seconds to melt these, and melting metal is really great, but now I want to see something burst. I wonder what would happen to this egg It's spewing some kind of debris and smoking like crazy. I hear.
Some little pops and it's even forming some interesting growths. huh, Look at that. But no explosion. How about if I put a pop top on this bottle of water and let the pressure build up Yeah, that's what I'm looking for. Let's do that again. The lid is back on, and pressure is building. Awesome! Alright, the sun is setting and I've readjusted my Aframe. I'm just wondering if this would ignite gasoline. It does. Hopefully it goes without saying that this is very dangerous and you shouldn't try this at home. Well, I'm convinced there's.
An insane amount of power behind these lenses. If you'd like to see where I got this one, take a look at my tutorial on how I hacked it out of an old TV. This one boiled water in less than a minute, welded a nickel to concrete, and instantly torched any piece of wood in it's way. Well that was fun, but I'm still hungry so I'll put everything away and go get some real home cooking. That's it for now. If you liked this project, perhaps you'll like some of my others. Check them out at thekingofrandom.
Why Teslas Powerwall Battery Is Amazing
All of humanity just won a really important victory in our battle to lower the CO2 emissions that are causing climate change. Tesla CEO Elon Musk introduced the world to the Powerwall, a wallmounted battery for your house which aims to accelerate our transition to clean solar and windpower. Before the powerwall, there was no way to store the energy generated from the panels that capture sunlight on our roofs. So during the day they could give you the power you needed, but at night, you had to rely on the grid, which gets most of its.
Electricity from coal, natural gas, and nuclear reactors. There had been some early home batteries out there, but nothing that was nearly this affordable. But Tesla, which has built thousands of large, lithiumion battery packs for its growing electric car business, was able to produce a similar battery for buildings at a scale that dropped the production costs dramatically. The lowest capacity model will cost just $3,000. And this is the first generation of the productbefore Tesla's even completed building its massive new Gigafactory, or any real competitors have entered the market, events that will surely push the price down.
Even further, while increasing the energy storage capacity of the Powerwall. Here's how it works. When the sun is out, solar panels will power your house and charge the Powerwall at the same time. And when the sun goes down, this charged battery will kick in to meet most or all of your electricity needs until the sun comes back up again the next morning. This is gamechanging. More and more people will go completely offgrid. Every building whether it's a home, office, business, warehouse, factory they can all.
Install solar panels and some Powerwalls and instantly see their fossil fuelgenerated electricity needs drop significantly. Not every building will be able to go completely solarpowered, but most will get pretty close, especially as our appliances become more and more energy efficient. And it gets even better. The powerwall will be connected to the Internet and the rest of the energy grid. Here in Southern California, and most other heavily populated places, the electricity company charges us a lot more when we use electricity during peak timethat's in the afternoon and early evening when the temperatures are warmest and most of us are.
Home and still awake. The Tesla battery is smart, and knows when electricity is cheapest, so that's when it will draw from the grid to charge itself. And then, during peak time when you need electricity, the battery will power the house. Sometimes, you'll be able to sell back unused power to the utility company during peak time to even make a profit. It's basically going to make each individual building its own power station. Overnight, Tesla seems less a futuristic car company, and more like the man who inspired the company's name, a revolutionary electricity engineer named Nikola.
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Can Your Entire House Run On Batteries
Wouldn't it be weird if one day in the future you were buying a home and the listing said, batteries not included Yeah well, that could totally happen. Hey there people, Julian here for DNews. Electricity is pretty great. It powers my toaster, my fridge, my hairdryer, my clothes dryer, my air conditioner, my humidifier, my dehumidifier, and my pc I use to watch science tutorials. I think I'm gonna keep using it. The problem is, everyone in all the other houses feels the same way, usually at about the same times.
Of day, and they're driving the cost of those tasty kilowatts up in the evening. Of course during the day if you don't want to use power from the grid, you could get some solar panels and harvest sunlight, but that's not helpful when the sun's down, also known as nighttime, also known as the time I need to have electricity to turn lights on to not bang my shins on all the furniture. Enter the battery powered home. The idea is a rechargeable battery stores energy from solar panels during the day or from offpeak hours when grid energy is cheapest, and uses.
That energy during the rest of the day. The problem is if you've ever bought batteries you know they cost approximately one arm andor one leg. Elon Musk thought that was a silly hangup for what is otherwise a great idea and decided to do something about it. Elon Musk, for y'all that don't know, is basically what would happen if Tony Stark lost the goatee. His interests range from online money movement to commercial space flight to, most importantly for this topic, electric cars. His company Tesla Motors has been refining electric car batteries for years, engineering them to be lighter, longer lasting,.
And more efficient. Why don't we take all those batteries, and put them on a wall So they did that. The Tesla Power wall Is basically a bunch of lithium ion cells in a sleek case. They're compartmentalized and liquid cooled to solve the knotty problem of overheating and burning your house down, something that is generally undesirable. If you wanted it as your main power supply there's a model that can store and discharge up to 7 kWh daily and costs $3000. Best of all it should last 10 years, which is approximately.
8 years longer than my laptop battery made it before it wouldn't hold a charge anymore. The trick to this longevity is how much power it outputs. It's only pumping out 2 kW continuously and peak output is 3.3 kW. The problem that then arises is some appliances will use more than that output. An electric clothes dryer could draw that much power on its own. So if you want dry clothes, I hope you weren't planning on using a microwave too. If you wanted to be not reliant on the grid at all, you'd probably need a few powerwalls.
To go with your solar roof panels. Depending on where you live, your power consumption can vary widely, but the average US home in 2011 used 940 kWh per month. A solar setup of that size would cost over $11,000, not including installation or taking tax credits into account. Then you'd need 5 Powerwalls to store all of that sunshine juice, so that's another 15 grand. It's an expensive prospect right now, but as the cost of batteries and solar panels continue to drop, individual homes that are independently powered could.
Become a great way to kick our fossil fuel habit. Inexpensive home batteries are looking like a promising innovation. They're not the only company innovating. Intel creates the breakthrough technologies that make amazing experiences possible. Having Intel inside makes for better experiences outside. Intel drives innovation with products like processors, wearables and IOT devices, and within data centers. In the PC and beyond. Going green sounds like a lot of effort. Is it really worth it Trace explains why yes, totally, it is, right here. Would you use the powerwall Would it be a supplement for your energy use or would you.
Generate Electricity From Vinegar At Home Cool Science Experiment
Hi , in this tutorial I'm gonna do a really cool science experiment so I gotta make an Ice Tray battery at home and you need a few materials that you can usually find from around the house are you ready if you are, so let's do it Here is what you need White or red vinegar, 5 pieces of copper wire 5 nails, Ice tray, One LED, safety glasses Step1 Wrap a nail with the copper wire like this then repeat this process with the rest of the nails Step 2 Fill up 6 sections of the ice tray.
With red or white vinegar Step 3 okay, in this step you should create a circuit by inserting each nail into the vinegar like this. Make sure the copper wires don't contact with the nails in each sections Step 4 Place the LED in between the sections that contain only one nail and one wire. The copper is the positive terminal and nail zinc is the negative terminal. Try this experiment at home and enjoy it. Be the first one to know about our next tutorials.
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The stitches a look at masala chai just set up solar panel that's connected to my small truck gears panel sitting on the dash future net so what curious what its charging to 700 cold cranking amps 12 volt battery sworn in parallel PWM charger has got to crop it all claims on the ames can just remove them when I wanna move the truck here's a bit of a close up at the solar panels which 10 what you know writer that points 6 78 ice short legz going from it to the charge controller.
And from the controller to the batteries Ste has Hey control as airport terminals and a switch that can be set to turn on after the panel stop producing electricity states could be connected to a law whatever if the battery gets to live she will switch off the airport tools next on the batteries charged up again when the panel stocks Mike electricity lets which will turn on again control has a capacity at 10 H when the batteries charged middle green light flashed side the batteries are charged and it goes to flight might to my time the charge.
This isn't looking good at all. What was supposed to be an easy day hike, is quickly turning into a lifethreatening situation. One of your top priorities is to get a fire going before nightfall, but all you've got with you is a bag lunch and an empty water bottle. This is a challenge that's going to require a little creativity. You're going to have to light this fire, with your pee! For this project you're gonna need some of that special yellow liquid, and the timing is great because with all that water you drank, nature is calling. You can use a container.
Like your water bottle to collect as much as possible. Now, that's really not a lot, and it looks like you're still a little dehydrated, but you're gonna have to make it work. When you flip the bottle over and attempt the water bottle trick from a previous tutorial, it doesn't seem to be working. And that's because you don't have enough fluid in your bottle. You try removing the label to see if that helps, but it's not making much of a difference. Ok, time to check your lunch bag to see what other resources you have.
There's a bag of celery sticks that could be useful. But here's something even better you wrapped your apple with a plastic wrap. Perfect! Carefully remove the wrapper, making sure not to rip it, and now you're gonna need some rocks. When you place these rocks in a circle, they've formed a crude concave mold. The rocks help form the wrapper into a bowl shape, and now you can add the liquid. When it's filled to the edges, grab all the sides, and hold them together at the top, making this into a little liquid pouch. Twisting.
This pouch, while holding at the top, helps remove any air and seals the liquid inside. When you twist the excess plastic around your middle finger like a ring, then wrap it around the base to hold it in place, the pressure can be adjusted, and you've got yourself a great little liquid lens that's easy to use! It's magnifying very well, so time to test it out on some tinder. One of the unneeded pages from your map should work perfectly, so focus the sunlight on the darkest ink you can find, because this will absorb the heat.
It's incredible how quickly this starts smoking, and where there's smoke, there's a hope of fire! A hole is burning in the paper now, and when it's about the size of a quarter it's pretty well self sustaining. Without wasting any time, try adding layers of dry grass, and blowing gently to add some air. It's getting hot, and smoking quite a bit, so just blow a little stronger, and success! You've got a flame. Now get that to a place you can build your fire up, and it's finished! You just lit a fire with your pee. Well there's.
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