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How to Make Simple 6V Emergency Light For Home

Make Emergency Light today. It's easy, complete,  powerful, and long Lasting. Today, I am here to give a complete tutorial on 'how to make a simple 6v emergency light' using a compact fluorescent lamp. This lighting device can be easily equipped with a solar panel, then it can be termed as Solar powered emergency light. You can make this device automatic by using a Light Detecting Resister.

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Parts you need to make an emergency light

1. Rechargeable battery 6V,5A
Rechargeable batteries are used to store electric energy. There are different types of batteries having different capacities. Buy a new sulfuric acid-lead battery having 6V and 5 Ampere capacity. It costs around 5$. 

2. Inverter board or Emergency board 6V

The main part of the emergency lamp. Buy a new 6v inverter board or emergency circuit board. There would be two points on the PCB to attach an exte…

How to Make Your Own Solar Panel Or Solar Cell at home?

How to make a simple DIY solar Panel or cells Project for kids? Here in this post, you can learn two simple methods to make an experimental solar cell, for the purpose of impressing your kids. Or you can use this cell as a photodetector. Solar cell manufacturing is a very expensive process, that's why even a small solar installation costs around $1500-$2000. However, you can make a simple solar cell by following some simple instructions as listed below. A solar cell is made up of a semiconductor. They are used to convert the energy from the world's largest renewable energy source, the Sun! Solar radiations carry an enormous amount of energy. It is possible to harness energy from sunlight by using solar cells or solar panels. There are similar devices used to harness other forms of energy from the sun. Solar heaters and parabolic concentrators are used to harness infrared radiations from the sun. A solar cell actually converts the energy of a photon to electricity. Here we are …