Where’s the middle ground between having a small solar charger for your gadgets, and having a rooftop solar array capable of powering your entire house? The UNplug might know.
>” […]The UNplug solar controller was invented by Markus Lffler in response to his own power blackout experience, where several days without electricity meant a lot of spoiled food.Lffler, an entrepreneur and software engineer living in Altadena, California, developed the UNplug device to serve as a simple and inexpensive way to begin going solar, because it serves as the brain of amicro-solarsystem, starting as small as a single solar panel and a small battery bank. […]
During the day, UNplug feeds electricity from the solar panel into the appliances connected to it, and charges the battery bank, and then when the sun goes down, it seamlessly switches over those devices to using grid power. In the event of a…
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