Stiffler NILS with small solar panel.ASF


This is Dr. Stiffler’s NILS with a very small solar panel attached to add energy into it from sunlight coming through a skylight inside my house. I show the amount of energy flowing into and out of the battery as I connect and disconnect the panel. The solar panel consists of three 3.5volt / 70mAh rated cells joined in series. The amp draw out the 6 volt battery is about 8 millamps and with the panel connected the flow reverses and 14 millamps are being added into the system—- while it is …

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  1. #1 by insAneTunA at November 5th, 2009

    sweet 🙂

  2. #2 by BodkinsEnergy at November 5th, 2009

    free 24 hour a day light, Im thinking led gardening indoors growing in the cellar the food your need. well I working on peppermint plant for free peppermint tea!
    you got to start somewhere!
    xxxxxxx

  3. #3 by marsL001 at November 5th, 2009

    nice job 5 stars

  4. #4 by marthale7 at November 5th, 2009

    All it would need is the part from your other circuit that only turns on when it is dark.

  5. #5 by Lidmotor at November 5th, 2009

    Mart—That is what I had in mind. It is pretty simple to add it on.

  6. #6 by Lidmotor at November 5th, 2009

    Bodkins— Sound like a good use for this.

  7. #7 by d3dreaper at November 6th, 2009

    you should try combining this with tesla’s wireless energy transfer and put your panels outside with the battery and have you led’s inside… wait did i just see a related video where you did that already???

  8. #8 by CosmicGnarler at November 9th, 2009

    Done it – possible. Especially with this. Have a SEC “Hat” for the batteries you put on and then in the sun to recharge, and then operate a open system downstairs for all those repeter tower LEDs?

    You most defiantly would have to make the LED board by hand.

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