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Can anyone tell me if this invention for free electricity is going to work?

Hugs For Drugs

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ok so im planning on buying this 50k MaH power bank, its solar so it can charge it self if exposed to the sun




>>>>>>>>then connecting this through its usb port



>>>>>>then connecting the car charger part to this adapter





then there by having a power source for my room, to connect my ac unit, and 2 lamps that can light up my whole room, and possibly my laptop

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before i order all this stuff on ebay, can someone tell me if they are gonna work all together?
 

Deru

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but what if i leave the solar power bank to full charge every day for 6 hours while i go do my shift at my workplace?

wouldnt, it be free energy?

If it's designed correctly, and I haven't researched the specs, your plan would function assuming six hours is sufficient to charge it.

You may run into some issues with longevity, though. I also seriously doubt it could power a 120 VAC Air Conditioner, but I could be wrong.

Just some quick math, if your devices would need roughly 15 amps you'd get about 3.3 hours out of it. That's assuming there aren't any issues with peak voltage issues turning everything on and the full 50 amps/hours are available.
 
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alexandriaj

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Incredible, such a small power bank can charge a laptop and light up two more lamps while charging from the sun! At this rate, the future may already be near, or maybe we are already in the future. I hope soon humanity will consume only green energy. After all, we have already learned how to consume energy from anything. By the way, companies that use such energy are growing tremendously. https://www.simplyswitch.com/energy/guides/find-the-cheapest-gas-and-electricity-provider/. You can read on this site, and I was shocked when I read about the number of people and companies already using green energy!
 
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Cheshire_Kat

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No, every unit I have seen like this is intended as a phone or laptop power supply so the output will be 5 v 2A . By the time the 5V is converted to 120 V you will have less than .1 A available which is not nearly enough to power an air conditioner alone let alone that lamps and a computer.

It's a nice idea though.
 

LandsUnknown

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Solar power works very well in theory, but small, low quality products usually don't last long and don't produce much energy. Though, it might be useful for powering a laptop or charging a cell phone perhaps.

I can't see a little solar panel like this running an AC. Unfortunately, it also is probably going to break in relatively short order, but maybe not. No way to know unless you try it.
 

Circuspunk

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I have that power bank, but I have never tested its limits to that extreme. It may work, but you're going to need a couple more power banks.
 
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