Friday, August 18, 2017

Solar Power Chargers

The use of solar power energy was started in 1954 when Bell Laboratories invented the photovoltaic cell. Since then we have been slowly advancing our understanding of how to harness solar power and use it to power everything from enormous space stations to flashlights. People have even begun using solar power chargers, found commonly in solar arrays, to power their house and even their cars. The technological advances made with solar power chargers make solar energy easier to use for such a large variety of different methods.

Solar power chargers use the solar energy provided by the sun and convert it to the electricity we use to power our electronics. Scientifically speaking, the movement of electrons, which are the negatively charged subatomic particles of atoms, are typically used to create an electrical current. Electrons are usually found moving around the nucleus of an atom in an orbital fashion much like how the earth revolves around the sun.

Electrons are literally everywhere because they are part of the fundamental building blocks of atoms. They can be knocked loose from their orbital patterns by particles of energy known as photons, which are found in the rays of light that the sun sends to earth. These natural photons are used in solar power chargers to knock electrons from the silicon material typically found in solar chargers. This effect is known in the scientific community as the photoelectric effect.

Through the use of the photoelectric effect, an imbalance is created between the charged particles in the silicon found in solar chargers.  An electrical field is created as an end result to this imbalance of positive and negatively charged particles.

The electrical field pushes the two charges towards opposite ends of a solar cell in the solar power charger and connects the two sides whenever the solar charger is used to create any form of electrical output. A solar power charger uses multiple solar cells to create this effect a number of times over to achieve the watt usage it needs.

To put it all in lemans terms, the rays of energy from the sun hit the solar array used by the solar power charger and collect the energy the sun naturally gives off. It then can use this energy at will to create electricity and power the electrical piece of technology that the solar charger is being used for. This energy is much cleaner and better for the environment than the main forms of energy we use today. So do yourself and the planet a favor, and start using more solar charger devices. offers high quality, affordable solar power chargers that are perfect for you, your friends, and loved ones. Solar System This is a video that shows the solar system solar panels, lighting and solar energy kits from Harbor Freight. Samlex 1000…


  1. I heard these panels lose their efficiency over several months of use. 

  2. bridgeboy513 says:

    Great starter solar set. It looks really good. Merry Christmas

  3. Phillip Aboody says:

    That 300A breaker isn’t going to help you if you have a problem. You need
    to size the wire to the device and then size the breaker to the wire and
    NOT just throw a 300A breaker in and hope it works.

  4. kitkatlex72 says:

    am working on my system , am taking it slow also, I was going to buy the
    harbor freight Panels . 45 watts for 100+ dollars was to much so I went
    with the 100 watt panels for 99.00 each I to went with the samlex 1000
    inverter . thanks for the video

  5. For camping, will this work to charge the battery during the day? Its just
    one 12 volt battery. The battery is used minimally, the only big draw will
    be the heater going at night. I was thinking about getting one of these to
    charge the battery during the day. 

  6. Like the music thanks for video gave you a thumbs up please return the

  7. paddypete1 says:

    ps.180 watts of pretty cheep panels,wont give much power unless you move
    them every 15 mins, and even if you do ,that 1000 watt inverter would
    probably use it up 

  8. Ron Garrett says:

    You can also use a portable jump-starter–available at Harbor Freight–and
    a small inverter to run appliances. The jump-starter has a cigarette
    lighter hook-up. You plug the inverter into it and plug the appliance into
    the inverter. I don’t remember the exact price of the jump-starter I
    bought at Harbor Freight but it was less than $50.

  9. x2malandy says:

    This wire goes to this box and out this wire to this box. Listen to music I
    have provided. Now this other wire goes over to that box and repeat,
    repeat, repeat.

  10. So basically 5 hours of simple power chargers and a few lights? Great
    setup, man!

  11. Steve Huynh says:

    looks good. but very confusing. i think you should follow from step to step
    instead of pointing your camera at random components. What i learn from
    this is solar panel connect to inverter and then to charger controller and
    then to battery banks. Is that correct? I thought power goes to charger
    controller first before inverter.

  12. Johnny L. Reed says:

    Commercial Solar Panels are Expensive. If you want to power your house
    cheaply Simply Go to Google and Search for : “Top DIY Solar Panels
    Research” Choose the first result It has the plans and explanation there.

  13. Jacob Potter says:

    What is all the noise in the background?

  14. Yes

  15. Patriotbadass says:

    I’m lost trying to follow each and every wire

  16. HKSammler says:

    Would have been better without the punk music in the background. Music is
    fine, solar video is fine, both together – not fine

  17. Tony Bono says:

    Is anybody following this?

  18. say to grid power john says:

    good job putting it in tough

  19. Chris Calaman says:

    it looks really good. do you have a grid tie power inverter? I have seen
    them in other setups.

  20. chilnvilan says:

    This is to power a lot of your 110 volt stuff, right? What about oven, a/c,
    dryer, and other 220volt things around the house.

  21. Fercho Mendoza says:

    Good job. Looks really nice however, I’d like to see the functionality of
    the system inside your house. Excellent video, thanks for sharing

  22. moparmania74 says:

    you should have an old plug in the wall phone… they don’t lose power in
    an outage. plus they don’t cook your brain.

  23. music was just a distraction when i’m trying to understand!!

  24. Thanks

  25. James Battles says:

    I really like your video, but I sometimes had a hard time understanding you
    with the loud music you have in the background. But like I said I found
    your video informative, thanks.

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