Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Off-Grid Portable Solar Generator Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 Years ago I built this portable solar generator that is capable of powering everything I have needed at our garden and worksite … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS diy family farm farming michigan ssl ssldad sslfamilydad sustainability sustainable Related videos 0 0% What Makes Sol-Ark the Best Solar Generator 1 0% QUICK CHARGE Your Solar Generator CHEAP! Rockpals Dual 80w Parallel Solar Panel Kit Review 1 0% solar or gas GENERATOR? Why you NEED BOTH 🤔💵⚡️vs⛽️ 1 0% WALA NG BROWN OUT?? PAANO? | ECOFLOW RIVER PRO 0 0% Stay Powered Anywhere with the E200 + TSP60 Portable Solar Generator! 0 0% Runhood Solar Generator Rallye 600 Pro, 1296Wh Portable Power Station 1 0% DO NOT BUY NEW SOLAR PANELS, Watch This Video First. Bluetti AC200P Solar Generator. 1 0% Bluetti AC300: Plug-N-Play Solar Power System, Full Review Show more related videos 16 thoughts on “Off-Grid Portable Solar Generator” Slick. Good job. Reply Nice set up. Very ingenuitive and creative btw. Reply How long can you run various power tools off of a single charge or is there plenty of power to do a full days work? When you were building the wood part of the chicken coop, for example, could you run the saw for a full day on a single charge or did you have to stop after an hour or two? If the battery is depreciated does the panel generate enough power to continuously run a miter box or circular saw for a large job? Do you have to use smaller scale equipment or can standard power tools be run? Reply ❤️ Reply enjoyed learning about the solar systems etc Reply Maybe I missed it but how long does it take the panel to charge each of your batteries? Reply WHY is everyone calling them generators now? It's a solar panel with a battery… Right? Reply Boo-jee is how its pronounced! Great project. Thanks for sharing! Reply Amazing stuff, you're certainly imaginative when it comes to your workspace. Reply Just a little thing I noticed. The wooden block across the bottom edge of the panel is causing shade on the bottom cells of the panel. That tiny amount of shade could be reducing the power produced by 20%. Reply Nice setup. Reply brilliant! Reply Aloha, Todd. Great video. Thank you! Reply amazing !1 Reply When you were placing the wheel chucks I had a vision of the pup running up, grabbing the rope and tearing off. 😂 She seems to have gotten past the endless energy stage though. Reply Cool stuff 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.