Harnessing the power of the sun directly to power you home or work office is now possible. With Solar Desk II John Wilson has created the next generation solar appliance.
Solar Desk II is the second generation of an on-going effort by the founder of The Solar Village, John Wilson, to create autonomous solar generators for the home and office. With version II of the solar desk it is now possible to operate your laptop computer for the next ten years, approximately, using a Solar Desk II generator. Solar Desk II has a unique, high efficiency, solar generation system. The solar generator combines a 40 watt solar panel with a high performance battery to give you the ultimate computer power supply. Using direct DC to DC voltage conversion the system avoids inefficiencies typically associated with solar generators that convert DC to AC and then back to DC for use by the laptop computer.
The complete system includes:
40 watt Siemens solar panel (used, ten years old)
solid state charge controller with LED lighting option
high performance AGM battery
laptop computer power supply, supports most newer laptop computer models including Dell, Lenovo, HP, Toshiba and Apple
dual 12 volt outlet (one for the laptop computer power supply and one spare for occasional AC appliances using a pure sine wave inverter)
USB outlet for charging phones and other devices (including iPhone, iPad and iPods)
requires solar panel placement with direct unobstructed access to sunlight ideally with panel at titled to about 30 degrees and facing directly south
These high quality solar generators will be hand crafted by John Wilson. All components are new except for the solar panels which are 10 year old Siemens solar panels still in excellent working condition (expected life span of these panels is another ten to twenty years). This historic invention will have a very limited run of fewer than ten units.
Order your Solar Desk II today. Orders in Ontario will be delivered personally by John Wilson. Orders outside of Ontario are not possible at this time due to transportation restrictions on the battery component.