Home Made Solar Power

home made solar power
Solar PV cell as it did at home?

In these days in Pakistan and other countries are facing energy shortages, while we we Planty of sunlight, unfortunately, Solar Technology is very expensive and we have no knowledge. Taking a solar cell to power our battery inverter can produce electricity from sunlight without electrcity game.

You may want to think about building your own solar panels … Let me start saying that (Agua-Luna) is a nonprofit organization that live, promote and teach the 100% "off-grid" sufficiency of life and self-realization. "For an idea, which often leave the ranch, but once or twice a year. The following steps were taking directly from a DIY guide to offer that want to run their homes with solar energy, reducing your monthly bills or even selling-up power to the utilities. The full guide is http://www.agua-luna.com/diy_guides.html available. It is very simple, but if you have any problems, please send us an email directly to info@agua-luna.com can walk you threw the process. The materials you will need … A sheet of copper flashing from the hardware store. This normally costs about $ 5.00 per square foot. We will need about half a square meter. Two alligator clips. A sensitive micro-ammeter that can read currents between 10 and 50 microamperes. Radio Shack sells small multimeters LCD will do, but uses a light rail surplus with a needle. An electric stove. My kitchen stove is gas, so I bought a small range of electric burner for about $ 25. The little 700 watt burners probably will not work – mine is 1100 watts, so the burner gets red hot. A bottle large clear plastic you can cut the top. I used a 2 liter bottle of spring water. A large mouth glass jar will also work. Table salt. We want a few tablespoons of salt. Tap water. Sandpaper or a wire brush in an electric drill. tin snips to cut the copper sheet. The first step coverage is to cut a piece of copper, which is about the size of the stove. Wash your hands so you do not have any grease or oil on them. Then wash the film copper with soap or detergent to get the oil or fat with it. Use the sandpaper or wire brush to thoroughly clean the copper sheeting, so that any sulphide or other light corrosion is removed. Next, place the clean copper sheet and dry in the burner and turn the burner at the highest level. As the copper starts to heat up, you can find beautiful patterns oxide begins to form. Oranges, purples, reds and copper cover. As copper is heated, the colors are replaced by an oxide layer black copper. This is not the oxide we want, but flaking later, showing the reds, oranges, pinks, purples and copper oxide layer underneath. Recent traces of color disappear as the burner gets red hot. When the burner is lit in red, the copper foil is covered with a black coating of copper oxide. Cooking for half an hour, so the black coating is thick. This is important because a thick layer flakes off very well, while a thin coat will stay stuck to the copper. After half hour of cooking, turn off the burner. Leave the hot copper on the burner to cool slowly. If it cools too quickly, the black oxide will stay attached to the copper. As the copper cools, it shrinks. Black copper oxide decreases. But you get into different types, which makes the black copper oxide shed. The little black flakes pop off the copper with enough force to make them fly a few inches. This means a little more cleaning effort around the stove, but it is fun to watch. When the copper has cooled to room temperature (this takes about 20 minutes) most of the black oxide will be gone. A light wash hands under running water to remove most of the small pieces. Resist the temptation to remove all the black spots by scrubbing hard or soft copper bending. This can damage the red cuprous oxide layer we need to perform delicate work of the solar cell. Cut another sheet of copper the same size as the first. Bend both pieces gently, so they fit inside the plastic bottle or glass, without touching each other. The copper oxide coating that was facing up on a second plane is usually the best side they face in the bottle, because the surface is smoother, cleaner. Clip attach the two links, with a new copper plate, and one for plate coated copper oxide. Set the clean copper plate to the positive terminal of the meter. Connect the cable card oxide cuprous to the negative terminal of the meter. Now mix a couple of tablespoons of salt into some hot tap water. Stir the saltwater until all the salt dissolves. Then carefully pour the saltwater into the jar, being careful do not get the clip leads wet. The saltwater should not completely cover the plates – you should leave an inch of the plate on the water, so you can move around the cell Solar without the clip leads wet. now place in the sun Development. The solar cell is a battery, even in the dark, and usually show a few microamps of current. That is what is so simple. If you want more detailed process and some photos (you can

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