6 Watt Solar Panel 2 Watt LED Light Emitting Diode Indoor Outdoor Lighting

www.greenpowerscience.com This is a direct solar to lighting application using a very efficient LED bulb setup. The Solar Panel is a very small 6 watt Amorphous Cell. Solar Training Solar Career Options.

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  1. #1 by onlywhenprovoked at January 10th, 2010

    Hangin’ in there. I hope you’re well, too.
    Yeah, I’m pretty much obsessed with tech these days.

    Green power, microcontrollers, all things hackable. Always trying to expand on my electrical engineer non-degree. Learning useful stuff is a good way to cope with the things you can’t control 🙂

    I just saw a story you might like.. google “electric delorean”.

  2. #2 by ThePresidentialTouch at January 10th, 2010

    Good stuff Dan! Keep up the good work!

  3. #3 by CTOL1 at January 10th, 2010

    Sweet eh? just fabulous

  4. #4 by WORRO01 at January 10th, 2010

    that is so cool,, love it, i wanna go solar sooooo bad!!

  5. #5 by potlickerflat at January 10th, 2010

    Thanks Dan these will work great in the subterranean Green house I’m working on. would they work in series after a dusk to dawn light mmmmm? I’m trying to set up a LED grow light system with automatic turn on as we loose allot of the grow day in the winter here in Pa.
    Keep feeding the thinkers as we shoot for green power.

  6. #6 by dbztiki at January 10th, 2010

    Where can I get one of those panels? Harborfrieght has 5w for $40

  7. #7 by plumberx at January 10th, 2010

    Thanks Dan love your videos. Thanks for showing them. I would love to get off the grid .PlumberX.

  8. #8 by sjh7132 at January 10th, 2010

    Using the power of the sun to light your room. Pretty cool, but a window might be more efficient. 🙂

  9. #9 by RamoneTalarico at January 10th, 2010

    haha but hey, it would be pretty good at getting light to areas that dont have windows, like poorly lit basements and such =)

  10. #10 by PhysicsGuerrilla at January 10th, 2010

    Yes that is true…LOL but at night you need batteries, and the sun will charge them during the day with the solar panel.

  11. #11 by Adipatus at January 10th, 2010


  12. #12 by stormcrow2525 at January 10th, 2010

    I didn’t think you could even buy a coat that heavy in Florida.

  13. #13 by dusteroo at January 10th, 2010

    did you get those lights at IKEA ?

    where could I get the supplies I see in this vid ?

  14. #14 by spark300c at January 10th, 2010

    wow that 6w for17% that 3$ per watt

  15. #15 by ABOSOLUTEKNOWLEDGE at January 10th, 2010

    1kw -2kw of th grid setup i wanna see

    no kids toys like this lds and setup

  16. #16 by davidstonner at January 10th, 2010

    keep up the awesome work!

  17. #17 by hmu7 at January 10th, 2010

    Thanks Dan,
    Please make a video about the connections and electronics needed to make this work with the wind power and some batteries to be able to really power a house…

  18. #18 by insAneTunA at January 10th, 2010


    Most people can’t afford the big installations yet, so this is a good way to start. Other then that it is important that the public can see and learn that solar energy is useful for big parts in the world and that it will pay itself back at places with the right conditions. I like people who put a lot of free time, energy and money into making these kind of videos. People like Dan and Denise are doing great work, maybe you should sponsor them so they can show what you like?

  19. #19 by insAneTunA at January 10th, 2010

    Over what period of time did you calculate the exact costs?

    How long do you think that the modern day solar panels will last? According to a professor in the Netherlands they will last for about 30 years, and the costs of a complete system will be payed back in about 10 years. And that is in the Netherlands, even with a lot of cloudy days with rain. I believe the professor who is also a former astronaut from the space shuttle and a multiple winner from the solar challenge race in Australia.

  20. #20 by AlexGrim at January 11th, 2010

    Yeah, that’s the standard package I think we should already be using extensively. Not enough people know, which prevents wide spread usage of this technique. They just don’t think about it, it’s easy to just keep using what we have and watch Idol and Dancing with the Stars.

  21. #21 by RupertsCrystals at January 11th, 2010

    That’s pretty cool.
    Another type of LED lighting I have seen is automotive lighting.
    I have an LED strip light that replaces fluorescent tube lighting. The maker claims it is “as bright as a 60W bulb”, but I think it is actually brighter. I think it’s designed for internal lighting in a bus or something.

  22. #22 by Velkoze1 at January 11th, 2010

    Holy Hoo Ha How can I get those to grow plants for me in the right spectrum’s with your switchery doo dad?

  23. #23 by snarfdwarf at January 11th, 2010

    $17 is a nice price to try them out, where can you get them for less then $20

  24. #24 by spark300c at January 11th, 2010

    it is up front cost . I divided 17 by 6 and rounded up.

  25. #25 by gvvs2 at January 11th, 2010

    Can you tell me where I can get 6w panels for $20.00??

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