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Revision as of 17:46, 6 December 2018

Author avatarDawa Edina Hillary | Last edit 4/07/2023 by Walthierer

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Solar charger meant to charge
Difficulty
Medium
Duration
2 hour(s)
Categories
Electronics, Energy
Cost
20 USD ($)
License : Attribution (CC BY)

Materials

·        Solar panel of (10v) optional

·        Diode

·        Resistors

·        Regulator(5MA-20AM)

·        Capacitors of (10-100)

·        LED light of(2v or 3v)

·        Jumper wire

·        Circuit board

·        Bread board

Tools

·        Wires(red and black)

·        Soldering iron

·        Soldering wire

·        Soldering grease

·        Helping hand

·        Sucker

·        Scissor

·        Multimeter

·        LED tester

Step 1 - Drawing

Draw the diagram of the charger




Step 2 - Asknet Box

1.      Open the Aksnet kit and get the tools and materials to use




Step 3 - Tools and materials

Identify the tools and materials

Comments

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