I don't know much about stereos, but I suspect it has a range of acceptable
input voltage. I think your first step should be to find this out [from the
manufacturer if necessary]. That way, you can make sure you protect your
equipment. Then, I think you need a battery and PV charge controller that
will stay in that range. Depending on the range, I'm not sure how much that
will cost. I would check with one of the solar dealers on the list Kathryn
mentioned or try Electronic Parts Outlet (EPO).
I took an old radio that ran on 2 batteries and powered it directly with a
PV panel, but I was willing to risk the radio on this experiment. It
Yes, PV does work. I hope you figure out a way to make it work for you.
From: GUADALUPE HUERTA [mailto:guadalupehta@...
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 10:30 AM
Subject: [hreg] want to power my stereo
I am new to this area and I am interested in powering
my stereo using PV. Is there anybody out there who can
help me achieve this goal of mine? If so write me
because I want to show some interested individuals
that PV do work and have an actual real world application.
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