How To Use Solar Panels To Charge Your Duracell PowerSource For Free!

How To Use Solar Panels To Charge Your Duracell PowerSource For Free!
In this video I’ll be hooking up a Renogy Solar Panel up to the Duracell 1440 PowerSource and explaining, then showing you how to fully charge this unit up if you don’t have consistent access to electricity. There are links below to the cables and a compatible solar panel, so check those out. Also a very important detail in the video when it comes to hooking up the connector properly to the Duracell PowerSource so that the solar panel is detected and charges the unit.
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Contents of this video:
00:00 Intro.
01:07 Duracell PowerSource is almost all out of energy.
01:56 Unboxing the Solar Panel.
03:07 Solar Panel Specs, and what exactly is compatible with the Duracell 1440 PowerSource?
05:34 Hooking up the Solar Panel Cables.
07:39 Duracell PowerSource with built “Idiot-Proof” circuit board along with a fuse (just in case the world produces a better idiot).
11:46 Most important part of hooking up the Solar Panel so it will charge correctly!
13:40 Solar is now charging up the Duracell PowerSource.
14:54 Wrap up. Thanks for watching and Please be sure to like and Subscribe it really helps my new channel!

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Duracell 1440/660 Powersource Link:


Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt compatible Solar Panel:

Anderson compatible Solar Connector Kit:

25 Foot Solar Panel Connector Cables


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Duracell’s PowerSource 660 delivers power you can depend on anytime, anywhere. Whether you’re hunkered down during an emergency or enjoying the great outdoors, you can rely on the Duracell PowerSource 660 to deliver clean and quiet power without the noise, gas or fumes of a traditional gas-powered generator. With 660-Watt/hour of battery capacity the PowerSource has plenty of power to keep your devices powered up and can even be daisy chained with an external battery for increased capacity. The quiet, battery operated PowerSource is a better alternative to gas generators and can be used indoors during extreme weather. The PowerSource is ideal for critical devices that require uninterrupted power because it can instantly transition from AC wall power to its internal battery power in the event of a power outage. The PowerSource features 4 AC outlets, 2 USB ports and a 12-Volt DC port for vehicle accessories. With 1800-Watt of peak output power (1440-Watt continuous) you can run major household appliances like refrigerators or TVs with no problem. The integrated solar controller is compatible with most solar panels and uses the standard Anderson connector. You can even connect the PowerSource to your vehicle via the daisy chain terminals to use the vehicles’ alternator for recharging when solar or AC power is not available. You can’t always know when you’ll be left without power, but you can prepare for it with the PowerSource 660 from Duracell.
660-Watt/hour battery capacity (12-Volt, 55 Ah), 1500-Watt inverter
Instant on UPS feature for uninterrupted power
Daisy chaining: threaded terminals for secure connection to additional batteries
Built-in solar controller with Anderson connector for 10-hour recharging