Solar panel for the Arduino board with battery charger
Solar panel for the Arduino board with battery charger

Solar panel for the Arduino board with battery charger

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The Arduino board solar panel consists of a module and a solar panel, along with a Li-Ion battery that can also be charged via USB. DISCONTINUED ARTICLE.
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Solar panel for the Arduino board with battery charger: More power sources

This Arduino board module, equipped with a solar panel and a Li-Ion battery, can power your Arduino project in two ways: either by connecting your Arduino board to the module and the module to its solar panel; or by connecting the Li-Ion battery to the solar module then the solar module to your Arduino board via a pair of 5 V wires. You can charge your Li-Ion battery from the solar panel or from a USB cable connected to your computer. Difficult to run out of power under these conditions!

Arduino solar module: For your outdoor autonomous projects

Once charged, the Li-Ion battery has a capacity of 2,300 mAh – i.e. plenty to let you enjoy your creation for several hours. And even if it needs charging, you can still use solar power to supply your project thanks to a 3 W solar panel, which will provide your Arduino with a voltage of 5 V. The sun is a real ally to little geniuses!

Technical specifications of the Solar panel for the Arduino board:

  • A 3 W solar panel supplying a voltage of 5 V.
  • An Arduino-compatible solar module
  • A 2,300 mAh Li-Ion battery (to be charged for 13 hours before first use)

Resources for the Arduino board solar panel:

Watch this video tutorial if you want to create a solar module.

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