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RDSSPS means: RandomData Self Supporting Power System.
 
RDSSPS means: RandomData Self Supporting Power System.
  
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=Plan=
 
The basic steps in the process (for now) are:
 
The basic steps in the process (for now) are:
  
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** Order some solard cells (done)
 
** Order some solard cells (done)
 
** Order a charger (done)
 
** Order a charger (done)
** Get a battery for testing (50%)
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** Get a battery for testing (done, 7ah 12v)
 
* experiment with wind power
 
* experiment with wind power
** Get a wind turbine (ordered)
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** Get a wind turbine (arrived)
 
** Build the wind turbine
 
** Build the wind turbine
 
** Connect the wind turbine to the battery system
 
** Connect the wind turbine to the battery system
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**Hook it up to the space Arduino
 
**Hook it up to the space Arduino
  
After this testing face we probably learned a lot, next step: production fase!
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After this testing face we probably learned a lot, next step: build a production system
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[[File:testwindturbine_components1.jpg|100px]]
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[[File:solarcel1.jpg|100px]]
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[[File:solarcharger1.jpg|100px]]
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=Links=
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*Wind turbine kit: http://www.windstuffnow.com/main/3phase_turbine_kit.htm
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*The solar cell's, 5v 1,3W : http://ledsee.com/index.php/new-products/1-x-13w-5v-solar-cell-detail
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*Battery charger: http://www.steca.com/index.php?Steca_Solsum_F_en
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Revision as of 14:35, 17 July 2013

Some of the Randomdata people have the idea to start selfsupporting power for Randomdata. RDSSPS means: RandomData Self Supporting Power System.

Plan

The basic steps in the process (for now) are:

  • experiment with solar power
    • Order some solard cells (done)
    • Order a charger (done)
    • Get a battery for testing (done, 7ah 12v)
  • experiment with wind power
    • Get a wind turbine (arrived)
    • Build the wind turbine
    • Connect the wind turbine to the battery system
  • Create usage systems
    • LED Light for the bench (LED's are inhouse)
    • Inverter for 220 usage (inverter is inhouse)
  • Monitoring
    • Hook it up to the space Arduino

After this testing face we probably learned a lot, next step: build a production system

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Links