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Portable Solar Power Device

Instead of keeping a drawer full of batteries in case of a power outage, how about a portable solar power unit? Solar power system manufacturer Solzar has introduced the MSolar, a small system perfect for those emergency situations.

The MSolar device looks like a metal briefcase that is wired with solar panels and non prescription viagra includes electronic accessories and batteries. The device comes in three sizes, 20W, 50W and 100W, selling for $646, $1,292 and $2,452 respectively. All three have a battery voltage of 12V and take 10 hours to charge.

Other than emergency power uses, the MSolar can be used recreationally and for temporary lighting. It's currently on sale at the Amazon Webstore. For those of use still saving up for that home solar PV unit, this could be a less expensive stepping stone.

via Treehugger

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Absurd
written by eltham, November 11, 2008
A 100W device costing $2,452 for power outages is simply absurd.

A 4litre LPG gas bottle ($30), a mantle type lamp $19 (with a supply of spare mantles) will do a better job. Throw in a gas camping stove and you have a complete power outage kit for less than $100.

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awesome.
written by Kelley Cato, November 11, 2008
Reminds me of the solar backpacks/messenger bags they have at those shops in airports.
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SOLAR CELLS
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written by Clinch, November 12, 2008
For that much (cost) I'd want a solar panel that was continuously providing power to my house, not just providing power to a battery, and then being completely useless until I had used the battery, and needed to recharge it.

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