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

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?

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://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/c0LoQbja
Power Meters: http://bit.ly/2x5rVEm
Results: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JIJupnZaRlcYcFGVrvozazKUGn-A0P0HuncRVTjqVE0/edit?usp=sharing


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Battery Charger Simulation using Arduino


How to make an Arduino Battery Charger v2

So we are back with an update to the NiMh battery charger. In this iteration, we are able to charge a single NiMh AA battery(more batteries would only require a different battery holder) in constant current mode. Charging is stopped when when the INA219 current sensor module detects a drop in the current (negative delta V).

Once We have this running reliably, the next step is to take what we learned here and apply it to a LiPo battery.

All of my sketches are available here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/m6c40pu99fqxb5b/AAD1Gzn6F4Hy8v9RrTZSxQyHa?dl=0

Links to all of the modules used here:
INA219 Current Sensor:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ICN5OAM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s03?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Yeeco DC-DC Buck Converter : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0159W0UL2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

.96 OLED Display: https://www.amazon.com/Diymall-Serial-128×64-Display-Arduino/dp/B00O2KDQBE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1487781554&sr=8-1&keywords=96+oled+display

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Solar Battery Charger MPPT base using Arduino UNO

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Solar Battery Charger MPPT base using Arduino UNO
For file’s
1. Code
2. Simulation with Proteus
3. PCB with Proteus
4. Video for help!
5. Gerber Files

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Arduino multi battery charger using one trickle charger

I wanted to be able to charge 7 batteries using one trickle charger without changing anything on the trickel charger, so I used an Arduino Uno unit with 9 relays and a voltage regulator to create a multi battery charger unit



hello friends today I am going to show you how to make a portable charger for Arduino. You can use any battery voltage from 7V to 12. Make sure to use a suitable charger to charge it. You can also use it as a power bank. LIKE,SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE



QC3.0 Hacking and Tutorial incl. QC2.0 (Mobile Power Supply) with Arduino

QC3.0 is the new standard for charger used by many companies, and therefore we get lots of compatible power banks and wall chargers. They deliver up to 12 volts and later up to 20 volts. And the voltage can be adjusted. Sounds like ideal for a Lab or a Mobile power supply. But unfortunately, the standard is proprietary. So let’s hack it using an Arduino Mini or an ATtiny.
The old USB chargers were able to deliver 5 volts and around 2-amperes max. The new QC chargers provide up to 12 volts and 2A peak. And you can change the voltage on the fly. Sounds interesting and dangerous! I do not want to charge my trusted old iPhone with 12 volts. I assume this would not be accepted as a warranty case by Apple…

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QC 3.0 charger: http://bit.ly/2KKFdh3
QC 3.0 Power Bank: http://bit.ly/2JSwysr
QC tester: http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/cqPyt9ZW

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IMAX B6 Balance Charger Unboxing | Review | How to use

Hey friends in this video i will unbox and review IMAX B6 Balance Charger

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TUTORIAL: How to Make Your Own DIY Emergency Battery Charger for Cheap! (Phone 5v)

This video shows you how you can make your own DIY emergency battery charger for cheap! Usfule for all USB 5v devices.

The module can be bought from here:

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18650 Station – Arduino Controlled Multi Battery Charge and Discharge

Bringing together the arduino controlled constant current 18650 discharger with a tp4056 charger to have an automated charge and discharge cycle across multiple cells

Code is now available here… https://github.com/chrisabird/18650_station

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