Personal powerPlant

Personal powerPlant

Jabroutin writes –

The personal powerPlant is a portable device that harnesses electricity through a solar cell and hand crank generator, into a NiMH battery. The device also includes a visual multimeter that monitors the amount of energy stored. The personal powerPlant can be used to power applications up to 8V at 70 mA.

Instructables personal powerPlant – [via] Link.

2 thoughts on “Personal powerPlant

  1. Dax420 says:

    This is an Amazing project. I love how he used printed paper to design the board layout and then glued it on top of proto-board. This would be great for camping or cabin use. I also love the simplicity of the design, using diodes to indicate charge of the battery is elegant if not inefficient.

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