2021 Hackaday Awards Participants [Philip Ian Haasnoot] Has been building a carefully polished power bank. But this is not an ordinary small power bank, just like you put your backpack in your backpack for a day.do not have this 2.5 kW portable power bank Neatly housed in a sturdy, waterproof Pelican 1550 enclosure and equipped with all power outlets, you may need a long weekend of outdoor camping and photography.
This box comes with USB-C and USB 3.0 connectors for charging gadgets, as well as a 12 VDC cigarette lighter and XT-60 port for high resistance devices. In addition, it also provides a pair of 120 VAC sockets through an integrated inverter. If you are really desperate, it can run a small heater at 1.5 kW, but it is more likely to keep your laptop running for a while. Now, it would be great if you could use Wi-Fi in the desert!
[Philip] Actually, there is not much talk about the solar panel itself, but we know that the box contains a 600 W MPPT The boost converter receives solar energy and powers the lithium polymer battery pack in the correct way.
As you might expect, the battery pack is customized from recycled and tested 18650 batteries, and we think it takes a long time to make it by hand. The whole project was completed well, and it seemed that we would be happy to throw it in the back seat of the car before heading to our local wilderness.
As [Philip] The project description stated that carrying enough electricity and keeping all his drones, cameras, and lighting equipment charged is a difficult job, not to mention helping to prevent campsite residents from freezing in the cold Arizona night.
Over the years, many mobile power supply designs have added luster to these fair pages, just like this fairly delicate build, and hope they will continue to do so.