Are you one of those who keeps on wondering how often or how long you’ll have turn-on our aquarium pump?
How much electric consumption will cost for that?
Here is a better solution for you to save on electricity and money.
We setup a 10 watts Solar Powered Aquarium Air Pump in Brgy. Manggahan Gen. Trias.
For this set-up, these are the materials used:
2 pcs 5 watts solar panels (or can also use 1-10watts panel)
12v-220v power inverter
10 Amp solar charge controller
Motorcycle lead acid battery
3 watts aquarium air pump.
Very simple and easy to do, also low cost. Not only are you going to save on electricity like what we said above but your electric bill problem will be solved. Also the problem of dying fishes every time there’s brown out or electrical surge or failure for a long period of hours will… Continue reading
“No need to worry for brownouts, you can even charge your mobile phone without using the supply from the electric company, all you need is to store the free energy of the Sun!”
The package is upgradable upto 120watts of power for future use!
50 watts Solar Panel
10 Amperes CMP Solar Charge Controller, with Battery monitoring and Autoswitching to 12v/24v (can hold upto 120w solar panels for future upgrade of your electrical system if you want to power more devices.)
1pc 12v/3W E27 Cool White LED Bulb
1pc 8w Tube LED Very Bright Light
1 unit DC Box Fan 13 watts
1pcs E27 Firefly Bulb Receptacle
2pcs Wall Mount DC Rocker Switch for easy lighting controls
100 Watts Modified Sinewave Power Inverter Built-in 500 mAh Cell phone / iPhone Charger
15 meters Aug# 12 Duplex Wire for wiring Connections
40ah Solar Master Deep Cycle Battery
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We had another one on one training with Sir Ardee Dizon who’s from Quezon City.
Hands on training on solar panel, 5 watts…
Framing the project…
Testing under the sun…
Thanks Sir Ardee for coming, God Bless po.
A special one on on was held last Sunday as requested by Sir Edwin Malapajo. He came all the way from Roxas City to attend this special training.
Lecture, hands on..
Testing of project..
It was raining a little that day so the test was done inside :).
Sir Edwin thank you for coming, call us anytime if you need technical help, we are always ready to serve you. And goodluck in your new business. God bless po.
Solar energy has been trending here in our country and more and more people are eager to learn this new technology that will help lessen electricity cost and save money. Some of our attendees have started their own solar energy business which is good to know as this type of renewable energy is getting closer to more Filipinos.
Last May 24 we had another training held here in Tsarina Grand Villas. Father and son Sir Jeremias and Rafael Vicente attended, they came from Sta. Cruz Laguna, and one from Manila, Sir Michael Lozano also came over.
Sir Jeremias Vicente with his son Sir Rafael June Vicente and sir Michael Lozano
Lecture, demo and hands on of the solar wiring system.
Hands on DIY solar panel making started after lunch, each one gets to make his own 5 watts solar panel.
Framing their projects.
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We had a special tutorial on solar energy, how it works and DIY on solar panel making for high school project, our attendees were 2 students, Cressida Reyes and Myron Dominic Rodriguez.
Cressida B3 Reyes with her father and Myron Dominic Rodriguez
Explaining to them what each components of the solar wiring system is for.. they also get to try how to connect each wire of the equipment in the wiring system.
Solar cell was explained and how to handle them correctly, technique in tabbing were also taught to them. Both students shared in the work of building their solar panel project.
Framing was taught, Myron was the one who did it while Cressida took pictures for their report and her father looked on carefully at what Myron is doing, making sure that both kids learned it all.
Testing their finished project.
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Both Sir Sonny and Sir Mark came all the way from La Trinidad Benguet. Non-stop commute, went straight to the seminar place and we started the training when they came. Still sleepy so they had cups of coffee one after the other :). This goes to show that distance and travel and tiredness is not a hindrance if you want to learn something new that would be beneficial to yourself and the community.
Sir Mark Licdan and Sir Sonny Bugtong
Lecture and hands on solar wiring system.
DIY on solar panel making started after lunch.
Framing their projects.
Testing their projects.
“Pass it Forward…”
Sir Jay Rex Armodoval came all the way from Baguio City just to attend the training. He has his own business, a CEO of Aeon Life Marketing, he also does trainings for livelihood programs in their area. Still a little bit tired from the drive, all went good during the lecture and hands-on. He shared a lot about what he is doing and said that he will also do the same training that he learned here when he gets back to their place.
Lecture and hands on… very attentive and serious.
Framing his project…
And appreciating what he had done, proud and happy with his work, sir Jay is all smiles :)..
Testing his finished project..
After the solar seminar, sir Jay bought items that he can take back to Baguio, he will be using them for his own solar seminar/training there.
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Sir Romy Parco attended our solar seminar last April 24. Along with his companion Jessie Cabesa they came all the way from Naga just for the training, distance was not a hindrance for them to learn.
He sent us these pics. Isn’t this awesome? Sir we are proud of you and we are thankful that we have shared something important and useful to you.
After the seminar, he brought home a set of 6×6 solar cells, solar charge controller and other accessories used for assembling solar panel. This is the assembled 130 watts solar panel he made.
The hut where the solar panel will be installed.
Sir Romy, thank you for sharing these photos. More power po! Hope to see you again Sir Romy :).
They probably had to cross this river to go where that nipa hut is ^_^.