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Solar Paper – A Paper-thin Solar Power Charger

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Solar Paper

We have learned about a lot of variants of solar power chargers, but this one could be a revolutionary. As thin as a paper, a Solar Paper can be easily carried in your notebooks. Charge on the go, this solar paper is a paper-thin solar power charger. It can be used to conveniently charge devices such as mobile phones, external batteries, GoPro devices, flashlights, cameras, speakers, tablets, etc using a USB cable. The solar paper is the thinnest and lightest charger in the world and can be conveniently carried while traveling or working outdoors and placed inside your note or planner.

Solar paper

A solar paper can fully charge an iPhone 6 in 2.5 hours. It also has an LCD display, which shows the amount of current that is flowing from the charger to a device at any given time. When charging larger devices, one can conveniently add more solar panels with the help of easy magnetic connectors. Similarly, one can remove the extra panels when less power is required. The magnets are quite strong and can be used to mount Solar Paper to metal objects. A solar paper can also be hung through the holes on every corner of the solar panel. Connectors for holding solar panels together should also be included. It is typically 190 mm long and 90 mm broad with just 1.1 mm in thickness. It can automatically adjust itself to function in case there is a shade or less sunlight. A Solar Paper is potentially very versatile and user-friendly. It is also water resistant.

Here are the Basic specifications of a Solar Paper:

  1.    About 23.7 solar cell efficiency
  2.    USB Output: 5V, 500mA per panel, regulated
  3.    Dimension : Main (9 x 19 x 1.1 cm), Sub (9 x 17.4 x 0.2 cm)
  4.    Weight: Main 75g, Sub 65g
  5.    Water resistant level IP54
  6.    Easily expandable using magnets

For more details of the product, you can visit the website YOLK or click here to order one today.


Sneha Shah

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