While selecting any charger like solar charger, you must be clear about its power requirements so that you may not end up buying either too weak charger or too big charger that may cost you unnecessarily. Your objective should be to find a charger unit that comes with full battery charging option, within the stipulated time.
Finding the Right Solar Charger
While visiting any electronic stores UK, make a list of the types of equipment and devices that you are going to charge with the help of your new solar charger. By doing so, you can find out their power ratings and also know how long each of these devices will remain under use.
Before you visit the electronic stores UK, you should be ready with the list of devices along with its wattage and hours of working,within a day. After listing them, you will know how much are the total power requirement of your solar battery charger, in a day.
Having known about the total power requirement, you can then decide how much back up battery will be needed to support your solar charger. After that, you can decide about the size of your battery which will give back up power to your solar charger. Battery size will also decide how much ampere of current it can supply.
Make sure that your charger has got necessary protection circuit available so that it does not overcharge your devices. There must be suitable indicator,which will let you know that the device has been fully charged.