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hello to the one who is/are reading this, i am looking for a power solution on the wifi pineapple mk5. i have read on this page http://hakshop.myshopify.com/collections/wifi-pineapple-kits/products/wifi-pineapple?variant=81044992 that the mk5 uses between 5-12 volts. since im a newbie when it comes to electricity how many watts would be the minimum (to get the 5 or 12 volts) to get the wifi pineapple mk 5 to work properly?! i have found 2 that i am interested in but need feed back if it is smart to do so or not http://www.amazon.com/ReStore-Portable-Folding-Charger-Carrying/dp/B00FABKX7
So I FINALLY had time to finish my little solar project. Should have been done weeks ago, but I didn't have time to get to it, space or the tools needed. Had a friend help me build it in his shop after I bought all the parts. He basically took everything I bought and ideas I had, and then implemented the build for me so all credit to him for the labor..lol (Thanks Phil!). Plus, I don't have a shop or tools, so there is also that but it's finished and working! http://i.imgur.com/W14ZZNq.jpg http://i.imgur.com/Bp9xSa9.jpg Basically, it's a deep cycle battery in an ammo can hooked to a s
We are thinking about doing a few permanent installations in remote locations. There is no power and no way to get power to them. So, we are looking to using a 50W solar panel (we also want to run a camera) and a deep cycle battery with a charge controller. Has anyone else done this? In the end we may want to do multiple nodes. And it is looking like our cost on just the solar electrics will be around $240 per unit. This doesn’t include the Mark V or any housing. So it will probably be around $500 all said and done with the camera. Any recommendations? Your thoughts?
it appears to be a kickstarter for a solar powered phone/tablet recharger. is it too small/not powerful enough? or something to kick around as a possible idea http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wakawakalight/wakawaka-power-the-best-compact-solar-power-statio