Yesterday, Feb 12, early morning we went to Amadeo Cavite to deliver a 10 watts lighting mobile charging package and also helped/teach Sir Dodong on how to install and use it. It was a farm lot with a small kubo.
On the way to the farmlot, we had to go through this road.. phew 😀
The kubo where to install the lighting package…
Installing the 10 watts solar panel on the roof…
Installing the solar charge controller on the wall…
Everything working as expected (photo below taken with camera flash on).
Evenings will not be so dark for them anymore, no more using candles, 2 bulbs working using solar energy and they can charge their cellphones too (photo below taken with camera flash off).
The bulbs included in the package were 5 watts and 3 watts bulbs.
Latest product we have today that is selling fast is this solar bulb.
Very easy to use, hassle free. Bulb comes with a panel already all you have to do is “plug and play”. No more worrying when there is no power (brownouts, places that are not accessible by electric companies)
“Suitable for House Lighting, Resorts, Emergency Vehicle Repairs, Camping and other outdoor Activities”
*With 20pcs High Bright SMD LED
*Super long life Built-in battery life
*Emergency duration time more than 7 hours
*3 modes switch (Low – off – High)
*With Charging Indicator
*Very easy to carry
*No hassle wiring installations
*Charging with solar panel needs 6-10 hours of sunlight exposure
*Solar Panel 6v
For more information:
Call or text 0917 793 6041
We give discounts to volume orders.
This is a one on one solar training with Sir Gerardo Uy of GMA Cavite.
Part of the training is to teach attendees on the correct computation for the solar system needed and also installation of the solar components. Below is sir Gerardo doing the installation on the solar components.
Also included in the training is the DIY on solar panel making. Project is a 5 watts solar panel, which attendee can take home.
Attended: August 28, 2013
“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
Simplified… Continue reading
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.
Here’s another guide on solar panel installation.
Solar Charge Controller – how important is this product to your solar power system.
A charge controller or solar charge regulator is basically a voltage and/or current regulator to keep batteries from overcharging. It regulates the voltage and the current coming from the solar panels going to the battery. Most “12 volt” solar panels give out about 16 to 20 volts, so if there is no regulation the batteries will be overcharged and that in turn will damage your battery. Most batteries need around 14 to 14.5 volts to get fully charged.
There are times that solar charge controller are not needed if you have a small maintenance solar power system or solar panels, example are the 1 watt to 5 watts solar panels. A rough rule is that if the panel puts out about 2 watts or less for each… Continue reading
We conducted another one on one, this time it was with Eric Chua from Dasma who requested it, as he was not able to attend the last seminar schedule we had.
Venue of one on one is at TGV Gen. Trias, Cavite. Conducted last Oct 16, 2012.
The lecture went quick as expected since he was the only one being taught and the only one asking questions :D.
The hands on started before lunch. Before lunch he had to solder 9 solar cells first :D.
Eric has a background in electronics already and is making his own coin slot operated machines for Play Stations and cellphone charging machine, teaching him went smoothly.
Testing his finished project before framing, and adding the junction box at the back.
Sir Eric Chua with his finished project – 5 watts solar panel framed temporarily and all good to use. He… Continue reading