Simple electronic device instantly increases solar panel output and efficiency by more than 700%

Video demonstrates simple method for increasing solar panel output. Output instantly increased from 19.7 volts DC to 166 volts DC (742.64% increase) by connecting a solar panel’s wires to a simple mini circuit board with a MOSFET transistor, some capacitors, a transformer, a diode and a fuse. No mechanical parts used.

Increasing the output voltage of a single solar panel can save you money. You would need to connect 8 identical solar panels in series to obtain the 166 volts output produced by the simple and inexpensive electronic device. The simple circuit used in the video demonstration essentially does the work of 8 costly solar panels, connected in series.

Solar panels in series add up or sum the voltages produced by each individual panel, giving the total output voltage of the array as shown below.

Many large solar panels actually consist of many much smaller panels hooked together electrically. If the “hook up” is a series connection, higher voltage is generated. If the “hook up” is a parallel connection, a high current, low voltage output is generated.

The primary reason that electrical power is transmitted at high voltages is to increase efficiency. … The higher the voltage, the lower the current. The lower the current, the lower the resistance losses in the conductors. And when resistance losses are low, energy losses are low also.

Circuit board used in video demonstration was obtained through It’s a simple electronic device that “boosts” voltage output.

The Boost Converter is a DC to DC Boost Converter. Increases 8-32V DC output to 45V to 390V (volts DC).

The boost converter is suitable for capacitor charging and also suitable for power supply of electronic equipment.

NOTE】 This module has high output voltage, which is dangerous.

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