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A digital multimeter

Adding a solar power source to some gadget is becoming further and more attractive, but it's imperative that is you be able to work out the output regarding the solar cell, to stay clear of over- or beneath-powering your gadget. Unlike traditional power resources as batteries, solar panel output is affected immediately by how much light remains accessible, and is consistently from fluctuation. Luckily, you can check the output of some solar panel fairly easily, with any single, easy-to-find tool.

Difficulty: Moderately Easy


Things You'll Need

Digital multimeter with alligator leads

2 Locate the negative wire from the solar panel, denoted in the "-" symbol everywhere the cable connects to the panel. Clip the multimeter's adverse steer to the stripped end of this cable.

3 Turn on the multimeter and place it to read volts. Location your solar panel in a consistent source of bright sunshine, and record the yield displayed on the multimeter.

4 Compare your recorded output by way of the rated efficiency of the solar panel to find your solar panel's real yield.

Tips & Warnings

A shifting or dim source about light through testing will result within a lower effectiveness rating. Make sure you cell is getting the maximum period of light possible.


Renewable Energy UK: Measuring the Power of a Solar Panel

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