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#142 Solar Power for the ESP8266, Arduino, etc.

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Published on Jun 17, 2017

In this video, I will start a project to use solar energy to power ESP8266 or Arduino devices during the whole year.
We wll answer the following questions:
1. What size the solar panel has to be in order to power our device
2. What size of battery we need to survive times with less or without sun?

Links:
Solar panels:
Solar Panel 165x165mm http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/f2FybQV
Solar Panel 112x84mm http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/fUrRz7e
Solar Panel 53 x 30mm http://bit.ly/2shHVRJ
Solar Panel 86 x 38mm http://bit.ly/2szAvwk
Solar Panel 107 x 61mm http://bit.ly/2szn7rN
Solar Panel 99 x 69mm http://bit.ly/2shEDho
Solar Panel 80 x 80mm http://bit.ly/2rCsMsq
Solar Panel 540mm x 340mm http://bit.ly/2s7VPYc
Power Meters: http://bit.ly/2x5rVEm
Results: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/...

http://solargis.com/assets/graphic/fr...
http://solarelectricityhandbook.com/s...
https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/switz...

Supporting Material and Blog Page: http://www.sensorsiot.org
Github: https://www.github.com/sensorsiot
If you want to support the channel and buy from Banggood use this link to start your shopping: https://bit.ly/2jAQEf4 (no additional charges for you)
https://www.facebook.com/SensorsIOT/
https://twitter.com/spiessa

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