DIY Emergency Portable Solar Generator

In this video I feature solar generators I build using both new, reconditioned and used parts that are ISO 9001 and/or CE certified.

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For the benefit of my clients, I’ve been collecting the parts I need to assemble solar generators families can rely on if they lose power, and for some reason, gasoline is not available.

More importantly, this solar generator can be used daily to power devices or appliances, or like myself, a home office which in turn, saves money on electric bills.

Here is the list of parts I used to build this portable solar generator:

+ Solar Panel (New $123.99 – No Need for Charge Controller)

+ Charge Controller (If Needed – New $11.69)

+ 2,000 Watt (4,000 Peak) Power Inverter (New $126.99)

+ (2) AGM Gel Batteries (New $208.60 each)

+ 50 Gallon Battery Box (New $71.47 )

+ AC Parts, Wiring, Ring Connectors (New $35.00)
Lowes, Home Depot, Ace Hardware

Total approximate cost $800.00 (shipping NOT included)


If you plan on building this solar generator yourself, you should know solar generators, solar panels, batteries and power inverters pose a risk of electric shock. Do not connect or disconnect wires, terminals or plugs while the unit is under load current.

The plan is to connect the solar panel to the charge controller (if needed, if not then connect solar panel directly to battery), and in turn the charge controller to the battery onto which is connected the power inverter which powers your devices.

Should you decide to order the solar panel I linked to above, you won’t need a charge controller as the panel is a 12 Volt panel, unlike mine that’s a 20 Volt panel which forces me to use a charge controller that brings down the voltage to 12 Volts, the typical charge for car, solar and deep cycle batteries.

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Thanks for watching, to God the glory!

Post time: Oct-23-2017
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