Portable Solar Charging station – The EVShow 2019


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  1. justinjoyit13
    justinjoyit13 says:

    How about adding flexible solar panels to your Samba- you gotta lotta real estate on the roof… easily add 300 watts of charging. Obviously won't do very much but will be adding at least 200 watts on sunny days even when it's just parked plus a few extra miles on a long road trip- and would make for an interesting video.

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  2. Steven
    Steven says:

    Model 3 interior is so cheap looking, its almost the same design as the old Toyota echo (dash in the middle) economy car. Also why are they using li-ion when there are much safer forms of lithium that can be recharged many more times (LiFePo or Lithium Titanate). You are now able to get electric cars with a decent interior for the same price.

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  3. Cindy Tepper
    Cindy Tepper says:

    That solar Trailer is a pathetic joke. If you live in a good area you might average 5 solar hours a day, most of the US only gets 2-3 solar hours average per day. Probably only realistically produce 10KWh per day. Where I live that is less than one dollar of electricity

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  4. Cindy Tepper
    Cindy Tepper says:

    That solar Trailer is a pathetic joke. If you live in a good area you might average 5 solar hours a day, most of the US only gets 2-3 solar hours average per day. Probably only realistically produce 10KWh per day. Where I live that is less than one dollar of electricity

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  5. plojm123
    plojm123 says:

    Anyone know if the guy in the YouTube video with hover board motor on bike has a YouTube name. I also did it with a 350w controller at 56 volts and it was fast but he said you could go even higher 72v and even 120v without blowing it . Mine was slightly warm after 5 miles of driving it at 56v

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  6. cubanman2009
    cubanman2009 says:

    Tesla drivers are such snobs all they are worried about are themselves bad enough they suck at driving …. do us none Ev car drivers and use your freaking hands to drive , ya don’t own the road

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  7. Jeremiah Landi
    Jeremiah Landi says:

    What is the name of that company that makes that portable solar panel unit for the Tesla? I am curious because everywhere I have looked it says it cannot be done in near real time. I would LOVE to dive into that some more!!!

    2016 Tesla Form(s): https://forums.tesla.com/forum/forums/portable-solar-panels-charging
    2012 Tesla Form(s): https://forums.tesla.com/forum/forums/portable-solar-power-and-ev?_ga=2.174674786.1915214317.1560442661-1935761738.1560442661

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  8. leslie watermann
    leslie watermann says:

    Love your videos. Your saying ( let’s see what we got) is my learning tool what I mean as I use it to learn by taking things apart. For instance in late 2017 Inergy made 6 Li-ion 18650 batteries to piggy back to the kodiak solar generator. It sleek outer shell says good work however it’s interior says let’s slap this together. I never associated automotive bondo with battery building. I wanted to send you the untie unit for a tutorial on kodiak prototype battery that Kodiak owners have been waiting years to purchase even for the amount I paid $900. I have nearly all the kodiak products, speed charger with a faulty plug, lights ETC. I AM Paralyzed from the chest down and hand coordination just good enough to do what I need your help with and in exchange I will provide you with the material to go well over half a million views and build a battery that we are waiting on as kodiak fans however after disassembling this unit I am no longer a fan. 84 18650’s and one BMS. I will reassemble the battery with safety features such as the live cut wires will be properly caped off or the module which operates the fans will not be hanging from the battery wrap. I documented the disaccharide with pictures using my iPad. I wish you to help me with using the proper number of BMS’s for the 84 total number of NCR 18650 PF Li-ion MH 12210 batteries as of now the original unit has one. With the new configurations it will be a entirely new battery the one I am going to guild with an add exterior feature which you off all builders will appreciate and incorporate from the unveiling on which I hope you will do and exclude me. I am a God loving Christian and feel it would boasting on my part, you however it’s your job to get people excited about their passions. I learn from you and for that Thankyou. I would like to return the favor with this opportunity to do what’s rite and give or I should say sell the people with Kodiak’s a lithium battery. Call me at (720) 442-6657 Bill. Thank you God Bless you and yours. This my friend will put you over the top, no doubt.

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  9. D May
    D May says:

    The wind speed measuring device on the top front makes it seem like the thing can or will close-up automatically if the wind speed goes too high.
    The problem this idea is the competition is a small $250 35 lb gas generator produces 3000 watts. Use wise a gas generators is more practical in portability, remoteness, transpiration, durability, cost, replacement. The advantage of the solar setup is it's quiet, but at a cost 30x to 70x more that's very wasteful.

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