Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Easy DIY Solar Generator Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 In this video we build a super simple DIY solar generator power station Affiliate Links: The battery SFK-300HP … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS Related videos 0 0% Complete Solar Generator Comparison 0 0% Replacing Our Gas Generator with EcoFlow Delta Pro for Whole Home Power Backup 0 0% Mango Power E Gen 3 Portable Solar Generator #solargenerator #solarpower #portablesolar 0 0% update on my Dad and discussing bluetti and ecoflow and vtoman solar generators. 0 0% Game Changer ALL in ONE Solar Generator Inergy Flex 1500 0 0% Jackery vs EcoFlow vs Gas Generator – Which will Power a Small AC Unit? 0 0% Vtoman Jump 1500 Power Station – Best Portable Solar Generator? 1 0% (Market Day) Solar Prices in Nigeria and Solutions Show more related videos 17 thoughts on “Easy DIY Solar Generator” If you simply created the mirror image of component placement then the positive terminal of the inverter would be on the right side to mount the fuse. Reply 👍👍👍 Reply How is the 1200w Ampeak holding up? Reply 300 amp hours at 12 volts is massive capacity then what is 450 amp hours at 48 volt? Reply Good afternoon This controller, if 150 volts comes from the panel, is it possible to have a 24 volt system on car batteries? Reply If you want to save money you can get 1/2 inch copper pipe. Hammer it flat, drill the holes and now you have your own hand made buss bars. Reply This is exactly what I did! Built 2 systems that can move between all my batteries! Great content on your channel. Pre built solar generators are nice but not practically priced at higher capacity .. you can build it much cheaper and use your favorite components! Also you can swap out individual components if something fails. And it is fun to build. Reply I made one on a old short ironing board. I poked some of my wiring to the back side to neaten it up. Going to add a plastic channel cover over the wires. Been thinking about the board generators. There are 2 sides to a board, still trying to lay it out in my head. Reply ———– here is an experiment that anyone with solar panels can do ———– i have a 50w mono-crystalline solar panel and have found out that it works via artificial light [i do not know if this works with other types of solar panels] thus may well worth experimenting have a spare solar panel or two size dependent of your needs and place them on the wall like you would a picture frame get some 5w or less usb led lights [the bright kind not the dimmer kind] and set them as up-lighters side-lighters or down-lighters or a combination thereof, you [will have to experiment with angle and distance to maximize] that way when you light your home at night you can still keep your batteries etc topped off or make a light-box for solar-panels experiment with other low wattage light sources and see what works best for you i found this out due to the solar panel on my emergency wind-up radio powerbank torch showing a red-light for charging whilst on the windowsill at night with just the ceiling light switched on and then tested with larger solar-panel since then i have come across a couple of videos on YT about using artificial light with solar-panels including candle-light Reply Not a bad first attempt. I have one of these controllers in a garden shed. Based on its manual, you need at least 20cm clear space between the side of the controller and the inverter. The inverter will also have all-around free space requirement in its manual. Depending on which country you are in to be code-compliant you'd also need DC isolator switches between the controller and battery, and controller and inverter. Adding an Anderson connector for solar will need a fuse. Reply spacer block under the terminal block..rather than bending fuses Reply the teh fans run all the time on the inverter? Thinking about buying it but don't want the constant noise from fans under barely any load Reply muito bom seus vídeos parabéns Reply As I see the fuse being bent in the vice, all I hear is the voice of Forest Gump in the back of my mind. 😊 Reply This is a joke…. right? That isn't a DIY Solar Generator…. Solar Generators are self-contained with a power source and all the other accouterments in some sort of housing not just stuff stuck on a board and carried around. Reply Good idea. Can carry the battery and the board separately. Now putting the inverter, mppt, fusing, wiring, andersons in the case and attaching an anderson connector on the battery is the next logical step. I like it Brad. Damn good idea mate. Reply Very nice. Good sharing Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.