As we know we get a lot of free things in the world, one of which is solar energy and we should use it to its fullest. SuKam has come up with a new product Solar DC Home Lighting System which is a very unique and easy to carry product. We can charge this product from solar energy. Like you can see, we have a 40 Watt solar panel. All you need to do is connect this with the system and it will be charged. When solar energy is not.
Available, we have an adapter which we can easily use to connect to main to charge. There are two LED bulbs provided with the product. We can easily connect these two bulbs with the system and see. These LED bulbs are of 3 Watt and if we connect one LED to the system, it will give us almost 23 hours of battery backup. You can also connect lot more appliances to the system like DC TV. You can connect a 25 Watt DC TV with this small system and this DC TV will start working. Like you can see the DC TV is switched on. You can also.
Connect a 10 Watt DC fan to this system. There is a symbol of fan on this system. So, we can connect the fan here and start the fan. You can also charge your phone with this.There is a USB port provided here in front of it. So, you can connect it here and charge your phone. Here is also a FM port provided. So, you can connect it to FM and listen to it. As you can see my phone is charging here and you can use this product not only in villages.
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.
This SelfPowered Camera can work indefinitely without requiring any external power.
We are in the middle of a digital imaging revolution. In the last year alone, approximately two billion cameras of various types were sold worldwide. So, there is a huge demand for Selfpowered camera, ie A camera which can work indefinitely without requiring any external power supply. One obvious way to make a selfpowered camera is to attach a solar panel to a camera, but that's not the most viable solution in terms of cost and size. Now, Computer scientists at Columbia University have come up with a solution, they have made.
A tutorial camera that can power itself without requiring separate solar panel or any other external power supply. They have designed a pixel circuit, where the pixel's photodiode can be used to not only measure the incident light level, but also to convert the incident light into electrical energy. ie The same photodiode can be used as both camera part and solar cell. This invetion can lead to cameras which can work indefinitely without requiring any external power. At the heart of any digital camera is an image sensor, a chip with millions of pixels.
Photodiode in each pixel produces an electric current when exposed to light. This mechanism enables each pixel to measure the intensity of light falling on it. The same photodiode is also used in solar panels to convert incident light to electric power. The photodiode in a camera pixel is used in the photoconductive mode, while in a solar cell it is used in the photovoltaic mode. The new pixel design is very simple, and it uses just two transistors and one photodiode. During each image capture cycle, the pixels are used first to record and read out the.
Image and then to harvest energy and charge the sensor's power supplythe image sensor continuously toggles between image capture and power harvesting modes. When the camera is not used to capture images, it can be used to generate power for other devices, such as a phone or a watch. To make the prototype camera, the research team bought offtheshelf photodiodes and arranged them in a 30 x 40 array on a printed circuit board. On the back of the board, each photodiode was wired to circuit components based on the new pixel architecture. This.
How Do You Make a Solar Backpack Design Squad
Hi, I'm Deysi from Design Squad, and we got lots of really cool ideas for our Build it Better challenge where we ask you to help improve the design of things you use every day. Aaralyn06 took the challenge to design school supplies that work better and sent in a design for a solar powered lighted backpack. I'm excited to make a prototype of this idea. A prototype is a simple model that lets you test out your ideas. Prototypes help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your design and how your design can be improved before you build it.
This is a solar panel, and this is how it works. A solar panel uses solar cells. A solar cell uses sunlight to make electricity. Electricity is the flow of electrons. In a solar cell, sunlight makes electrons move. A solar cell has two layers. The first layer has lots of electrons that are easy to move. The second layer has fewer electrons so it can easily take on more electrons. When light hits an electron in the first layer, it causes the electron to jump to the second layer. The sunlight starts this flow of electrons, which is electricity.
Okay, let's get started. So I have my backpack and two different kinds of solar powered lights. See how these work The rope lights are connected to the solar panel, and it turns on when the solar panel is in darkness, like this. grunting Make sure you get a grownup's permission before you cut up a backpack. We want to keep the solar panel on the outside so that the Sun can charge it during the daytime. I have another set of lights that I'm going to use for the inside of my backpack.
So that we can catch those dark corners and light them up. Ooh, look at that! The solar panel got dark and it lit up the lights. Okay, let's try this out now. grunts Oh, I'm noticing something right away. It's actually really heavy. I think that second set of lights added a lot of weight to it. But that's the good thing about prototypes. Prototypes help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your design, and the weakness of my design is that the lights are making it too heavy.
So let's redesign. I am actually going to remove the lights from the inside. Okay, let's remove the lights. Now we're ready. Oh, much lighter now. Now it's time to test this backpack out in the dark. Woo! This actually works! The backpack is lit up. Awesome idea, Aaralyn06. Now people will be able to see me in the dark and I'll be able to see all the things inside my backpack. Send in your photos of your designs to the Design Squad website and see what other designs kids come up with.
Advantages Of Solar Energy Renewable Power
Advantages Of Solar Energy Renewable Power thespottydoggreviewsolarpoweradvantages Advantages Of Solar Energy. The sun's energy or the solar energy is the most abundant form of energy available on earth. The sun is capable of giving us more than heat and light. The sun has been one of the biggest factors dictating every living being's stay on the earth. If we go the right path, we can harness more from the solar energy, like generating power for daily use. What are the advantages of solar power The solar energy solution is gaining popularity amongst the alternate energy solutions.
Green energy solution When you look at the solar energy solution, you will realize that it uses absolutely no fuel other than the sun's light. Moreover, it does not release into the atmosphere anything harmful. Cheapest renewable power solution First, the energy comes free. Then, the installation cost is a onetime cost. Finally, the investment is recovered within a few years of installation, making the power generated by solar energy absolutely free. Convenience of storage You cannot store conventional power but you can store solar power for future use. The sun's energy comes to rescue even in the times of darkness! Storing.
It also ensures a 24x7 supply of power, thus saving you from any power outage. Low on maintenance The solar energy systems are easy to maintain. They do not involve high costs or too much effort, thus letting you reap the benefits of the solution comfortably. How can solar power be used Solar power can be used in our everyday lives by adopting the following solar power systems Solar cooking system Solar cooking is about cooking without lighting a fire or using electricity! Before you wonder, let me tell you that solar cooking is not about bland.
Food. You can cook in more ways than one boil, roast, or bake, cook the way you want! The only demand that solar cooking makes of you is being patient it is a matter of more than a few minutes. However, it is not asking for too much given that you will get tasteful and healthy food without worrying about paying your gas or electricity bill. Solar lighting system You can now light up the entire house, use every electrical appliance without thinking about cutting down bills. The solar lighting system lights up.
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