Solar Battery Charger (LiPo/Li-Ion) || DIY or Buy

A while ago. I realized that I got quite a few solar panels laying around that are not being used for anything Due to the nature of solar panels, it is obviously not possible though To directly connect them to projects and thus use them as power sources They’re constantly altering output voltage and current […]

Battery Spot Welder (CD Welder) || DIY or Buy

In a previous project video I showed you how to create a battery pack out of 18650 lithium ion batteries. Back, then I utilized a rather riskier and not recommended methods of connecting the battery cells together. By soldering the nickel strips directly to them. This can be dangerous because you heat up the battery […]

Electronic Basics #31: Schottky Diode & Zener Diode

As you might know the common diode is a very useful electrical component. By applying a positive voltage to its anode and a negative voltage to its cathode, current will flow through it and simultaneously create the characteristic forward voltage drop across the diode which is always mentioned in the datasheet. But if we reverse […]

MPPT VS PWM || Solar Charge Controller

– Hi there and welcome to my garage which I recently upgraded with a portable type off-grid system. As you might know the heart of the system is this MPPT solar charge controller from Victron Energy which, so far, did the job without a problem. And as a bonus, you can even utilize an app […]

Electronic Basics #29: Solar Panel & Charge Controller

if you are looking for easy-to-use regenerative energy source nowadays then your best bet is to do those solar panels by simply shining light on them they can create an output voltage that is capable of powering small loads or even bigger ones if we increase the size of the solar panel but how can […]

DIY Solar Tracker || How much solar energy can it save?

In a previous project video of mine I showed you how I created a photovoltaic off-grid system which to this date works without any problems but what I noticed in the comment section back then was that many of you are stated that a flat mounting on the roof is not ideal Which I do […]