Your Questions About Solar Panel Calculator

Betty asks…

What must i do to power a led with a small calculator solar panel or a electric motor?

well i tried both connected to a led but it just does not light up.
the voltage is around 2v and the amps are 0.3amps.
do i need a capacitor(if so which one) etc..
please can you also explain what the problem was
thank you

ssadmin answers:

You can light the LED has 1.6 volts forward bias one. Do not use high power white led,it is 3 volts LED. You need to connect solar cell + to the anode of led.

Nancy asks…

How do I build a small solar panel with calculator calls?

I need it for a school project 30% exam marks… full instructions appreciated. =) Thanks

ssadmin answers:

You can use this system to power up basically any appliance you have in your home: fridge, washing machine, computer, TVs, lights.

Moreover, you can even take this with yourself when you go camping, because it's highly portable.

Steven asks…

calculator solar panel?

could i use a calculator solar panel as a photocell?

ssadmin answers:

Sure. The solar cell will produce a voltage when light hits it. Use that voltage to turn on or off a transistor.

Sandy asks…

Can i use a solar panel from a calculator to make a laser communicator?

ssadmin answers:

No

Donald asks…

can i hook up the solar panels on a calculator to charge my cell phone or psp?

i am going camping and when i get bored i want to listen to my music but i dont want to waste my battery. just in case i need it, so i want to figure out a way to charge my phone or psp with the solar panels in the calculators. i already took apart the calculator, and seperated the solar panel from the calculator, and i know that if this works it will probably take long to charge though.

ssadmin answers:

Not enought power in a calculator's solar batteries.

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