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New Category of Posts emerging from time spent Afoot Afield

by on Oct.10, 2011, under Afield, Hello World!, Solar, Thoughts

While recently spending some time “Afoot Afield”, it occurred to me to create a post Category for just that… thoughts, topics, observations emerging from time spent “on foot…in the field”.  Somewhat similar to time spent “on a bike…on the road” in terms of opportunity and atmosphere, being on foot in the field can be an opportunity for reflection, and thoughts prompted by something other than life’s events coming at you at lightning speed.  Time spent in the quiet of being on foot in natural surroundings can be similarly spiritual, minus the mind-cleansing wind in your face.

This Category will also lend itself well to discussions related to the use of portable solar charging equipment in the field.  Beyond discussions, pictures (and maybe even videos) will no doubt be of interest and encourage understanding.

I am finding my 4G iPhone indispensible while afield – not just a means of maintaining communication, I am often using the additional “smartphone” features.  That use results in battery drainage, and the need to maintain sufficient charge.  Enter the convenient, portable, charging means – capitalizing on the sun’s energy !!!

Something probably not often recognized – that USB connection charging means is based on 5 volts.  Therefore, not only does your 12 volt charger step that 12V down to 5V, but the 110 volt charger does as well.  5 volts DC is within relatively easy reach via one of our Global SUNLINQ – USB Plus portable solar chargers.

I am finding that not only is my smartphone enabling me to “stay connected”,  but often address things as they occur to me, or at least make notes.  Speaking of notes – here’s an example of how I have used my smartphone’s features in the field.  While scouting deerstand sites established by a local state park, I recorded pertintent notes at each using my smartphone.  Now, when I’m participating in the deerstand lottery drawing on a particular day… and must quickly decide which remaining stand to chose… I can quickly consult the smartphone field notes I recorded while scouting each stand prior to the season.

I doubt I need to bring up very many smartphone features/applications before those participating in outdoors recreation see the light, if they haven’t already.  Capitalizing on the Sun’s Energy by outfitting oneself with the means for portable solar charging of handheld electronics… makes a lot of sense.

Much like recognizing that your cell phone is dead as you prepare to take off on your motorcycle – recognizing the same as you leave to go afield hunting or fishing presents a similar dilemma, but one with the further complication of there not being a motorcycle battery and charging system from which to draw 12 volt power.

Since you’re afield hunting or fishing (hiking, camping, canoeing, or kayaking), there is the Sun from which to derive energy.  Yes – it could be as easy as pictured above.   With Sunlight available, a Portable Solar Charger like the Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus unit with a USB output connector could do the trick for you.

So, the USB Plus might become a vital component to be included in your daypack, or backpack.  Since your cell phone is no doubt critical to your ability to communicate in an emergency, planning for its charging is important, if not critical.  In fact, the USB Plus could be used to charge your GPS, or other handheld electronics with a USB connection.

The Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus is available via our ecommerce store at: www.solarcapitalist.com

Here’s a direct link to the listing: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/global-sunlinq2-usb-plus.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers, as well as Deltran Battery Tenders (including solar powered units) and related SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and adapters.

Bohemian Biker LLC and Solar Capitalist LLC are authorized dealers for both the Global Solar and Deltran lines of products.

Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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Heavy SAE 2 Pin Cable Assemblies

by on Oct.08, 2011, under Application, SAE 2 Pin, Solar

This is a display we constructed showing our Heavy SAE 2 Pin Cable Assemblies designed for handling higher amperages:

These are SAE 2 Pin cables assembled with 12 AWG (left, and left top), and 10 AWG (remainder) with Black insulation – allowing their use regardless of application with respect to polarity (i.e., without conflicting with standard polarity/insulation color practices).

Manufactured here in the USA to our specifications, and using the same sturdy, high quality SAE 2 Pin connectors for which we’ve become known .

In response to the desires communicated by customers – we have been contracting the manufacture of a wider and wider variety of SAE 2 Pin connector assemblies with both 12 AWG and 10 AWG wire.  These assemblies have been developed to meet the needs of the do-it-yourselfer, be they portable solar power enthusiasts, or a Biker.  Certainly there are others – we’ve outfitted customers with projects ranging from equipping a tractor for connection to a 12 volt spray unit, to HAM radio operators wanting a heavy gauge power feed.

Being a Biker myself, I had a burning desire to have a heavier gauge “pigtail” hanging from my ’01 Road King’s battery to support “jumping” the battery without having to remove the seat.  Always the Boy Scout – I am dedicated to “Being Prepared”, and being an Engineer, as well – I am dedicated to coming up with the means.  SAE 2 Pin connectors with 10 AWG pigtails and cables was the answer to my plan (and that of other Bikers, as well) , and so I contracted to have them manufactured.

Now, it was not my intention to to have an integral fuse in this heavy gauge pigtail – which clearly violates protocol.  Thinking in terms of this as a primary component in a “jumper rig” – I didn’t want the added complication (knowing full well, I’d have to pay especially close attention to the absence of a fuse in this pigtail assembly).  I must warn that this is a personal choice and responsibilty one is taking – not only by installing a pigtail without an integral fuse, but by “jumping” a motorcycle, as well.  Understand – there is a chance you might fry something by doing so.  I’ve done some research to educate myself along these lines, and I suggest anyone else do the same.  You have been warned !!!

Additional Blog Posts pertinent to the above products can be found via headings at the top of webpage.  Note – It is very important for anyone attempting to use these assemblies to have a clear understanding of electrical concepts such as “polarity”.  We highly recommend educating oneself along this line.

Products are available via our ecommerce store at: www.solarcapitalist.com

May also like to check out our Blog at: www.sae2pin.com

Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at: 302-562-1706 or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company specializing in the Deltran line of Battery Tenders and accessories(including solar powered units), Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers and accessories, as well as, SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and cable assemblies.

Bohemian Biker LLC and Solar Capitalist LLC are authorized dealers for both the Global Solar and Deltran lines of products.

Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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Charge Cell Phone with a Portable Solar Charger while Hunting

by on Oct.06, 2011, under Solar

Much like recognizing that your cell phone is dead as you prepare to take off on your motorcycle – recognizing the same as you leave to go afield hunting or fishing presents a similar dilemma, but one with the further complication of there not being a motorcycle battery and charging system from which to draw 12 volt power.

Since you’re afield hunting or fishing (hiking, canoeing, or kayaking), there is the Sun from which to derive energy.  Yes – it could be as easy as pictured above.   With Sunlight available, a Portable Solar Charger like the Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus unit with a USB output connector could do the trick for you.

So, the USB Plus might become a vital component to be included in your daypack.  Since your cell phone is no doubt critical to your ability to communicate in an emergency, planning for its charging is important, if not critical.  In fact, the USB Plus could be used to charge your GPS, or other handheld electronics with a USB connection.

Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at: 302-562-1706 or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

The Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus and other products are available via our ecommerce store at: www.solarcapitalist.com

Here’s a direct link to the listing: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/global-sunlinq2-usb-plus.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers, as well as Deltran Battery Tenders (including solar powered units) and related SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and adapters.

Bohemian Biker LLC and Solar Capitalist LLC are authorized dealers for both the Global Solar and Deltran lines of products.

Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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Portable Solar Chargers for Emergency Cell Phone Charging

by on Oct.06, 2011, under Solar

It’s not hard to imagine the possible scenarios in which an alternative means of charging your cell phone might come in handy, if not be a potential lifesaver.

Yes – it could be as easy as pictured above.   With the help of the Sun, a Portable Solar Charger like the Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus unit with a USB output connector could do the trick for you.

So, the USB Plus might become an integral part of your emergency plan, and thereby become a vital component in your emergency daypack.  Since your cell phone is no doubt going to be critical to your ability to communicate with your loved ones, planning for its charging should the power grid go down (or in the event you were forced to evacuate) is important, if not critical.

The Global Solar SUNLINQ – USB Plus is available via our ecommerce store at: www.solarcapitalist.com

Here’s a direct link to the listing: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/global-sunlinq2-usb-plus.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers, as well as Deltran Battery Tenders (including solar powered units) and related SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and adapters.

Bohemian Biker LLC and Solar Capitalist LLC are authorized dealers for both the Global Solar and Deltran lines of products.

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Deltran Solar Chargers – Demo Setups !!!

by on Sep.30, 2011, under Solar

OK !!!  I did it today – I removed the 10 and 15 Watt Deltran Solar Battery Tenders from their protective packaging, and began trying them out – now that it finally stopped raining !!!

Truth is… I’ve been using one of the 5W units for a while now – it’s smaller and easy to setup quickly…

Meanwhile, I was considering demonstration stand ideas for the larger 10 and 15W units…

I plan to use these plastic sawhorse setups at events for the purpose of demonstration…

I figure showing the ease SAE 2 Pin connection via Quick Connect pigtail will start the gears turning in some heads…

Actual connection to a 12 volt battery is much more impressive, and thought provoking than a packaged solar panel…

Note the small junction box where the wires leading to the charge regulator are connected to the solar panel output wires…

2 of the 4 holes for mounting can be seen at the top right and left corners of this 10W solar panel – we can begin to visualize one of these units installed on the South facing roof of a utility shed.

Questions are sure to arise as a result of this post, and I’ll be looking forward to them…

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

These Deltran Solar Powered Chargers are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s the link leading directly to the applicable page: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/deltran-solar-charger-battery-tender-sae2pin.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling the above products, the remainder of Deltran Battery Tender lineup, Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers, as well as related accessories – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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Deltran Solar Battery Tender Application

by on Aug.18, 2011, under Battery Tenders, Solar

Thought a discussion of some typical battery “Group Codes” would be helpful…

Common battery size codes, i.e.,”Group” sizes, are based upon the physical size and terminal placement – NOT a measure of battery capacity.

Some typical Battery Group codes are: U1, 24, 27, and 31

Group U1    34-40 Amp hours 12 volts    (powersport, motorcycle, atv, jet ski, lawn equipment)

Charge maintained with Deltran 5W Solar Charger – 270 mA

Example solar application batteries of the U1 Group code:

Deka/MK 8GU1-DEKA Gel, 12 volt 31.6 AH

Concorde Sun Xtender PVX-340T Solar Battery VRLA-AGM Deep Cycle Battery 34 AH

Group 24    70-85 Amp hours 12 volts

Charge maintained with Deltran 10W Solar Charger – 540 mA

Example solar application batteries of the Group 24 code:

Deka/MK Battery 8G24 Gel RV Battery (Group 24 – 12V, 84 AH)

Concorde Sun Xtender PVX-690T Solar Battery VRLA-AGM Deep Cycle 69 AH

Group 27     85-105 Amp hours 12 volts    (automotive engine start batteries)

Charge maintained with Deltran 10W Solar Charger – 540 mA

Example solar application batteries of Group 27 code:

Deka/MK Battery 8G27-DEKA Sealed Gel Battery, 12 volt 88 AH

Concorde Sun Xtender PVX-1040T Solar Battery VRLA-AGM Deep Cycle 104 AH

  Group 31    95-125 Amp hours Deep Cycle and Marine batteries

Charge maintained with Deltran 15W Solar Charger – 830 mA

Example solar application batteries of Group 31 code:

Deka/MK 8G31-DEKA Gel, 12 volt 97.6 AH

Concorde Sun Xtender PVX-1080T Solar Battery VRLA-AGM Deep Cycle 108 AH

Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at 302-562-1706 or email at:  bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com  

The 5W, 10W & 15W Deltran Solar Chargers are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company specializing in Portable Solar Chargers !!!

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Deltran Solar Charger – Installation Plans !!!

by on Jul.05, 2011, under Solar

We now have a stock of 5W, 10W, and 15W – Deltran Solar Chargers on hand !!!  I’ve opened one of the 5W Solar Chargers, and begun developing plans to install and test it out !!!

Right away, upon inspecting the panel, output lead, accessories, and instructions… I have thoughts, as well as plans…

1st – I recognize an opportunity for an enhanced mounting system.  2nd – I recognize an opportunity for an enhanced output system.  Both of these areas best left up to the installer/user’s specific circumstances.

My planned application is to install one (or more) of the Deltran Solar Chargers on the roof of a large backyard shed…both to charge my motorcycle’s battery, and to charge batteries from which I might draw power for lighting , ventilation, and maybe even an AM radio – after all, I am a devoted political talk show listener.

Having 1st hand experience installing roof-top solar panels, Ive been exposed to and have dealt with some of the challenges that can emerge.

I’ve learned that under-panel ventilation allows the photovoltaic cells to operate most effeciently.  As supplied, the 5W panel frame has 4 small diameter (1/8″ dia., or so) mounting holes – one at each corner of the frame… along with (4) 1-1/2″ screws.  So, my plan would involve integrating 1/2″ thick, 4″ square mounting blocks – one at each corner.   This will provide enough space for air flow, while at the same time limit under-panel access by squirrels, birds, etc.   Additionally, the blocks will result in a mounting system that minimizes the stresses on the plastic frame which may result if the plastic frame were to be secured directly across the uneven surface of roof shingles.  The material I have in mind for the 4″ mounting blocks would be something along the line of 4″ sections of 4″ Azek trim sometimes used in outdoor decks & porch construction.  Generous application of adhesive/sealant with a caulk gun when securing them each to the roof…with (4) screws…will help secure them andseal out moisture.  The solar panel frame will then be screwed to the (4) mounting blocks (these screws will actually extend through the 1/2″ block thickness, and into the roof slightly).

I’ve also learned through the years that critters likes squirrels and chipmunks…love to chew on cable insulation.  (I once rescued an abandoned domestic rabbit…whom within minutes chewed my office phone line in half…no good deed goes unpunished)  So, the 1/2″ clearance will preclude at least under-panel access.  As for their access to the output cable, I have the following ideas…  The output lead provided with the 5W unit is 60″ long with an SAE 2 Pin connector at the end.  Although I have not perused a hardware store for specifics… I’m thinking some sort of a mountable plastic “junction box” would be handy for housing the bundled 60″ length of lightweight output cord, as well as the coupling of it to a heavier weight (possible “jacketed” or even “armored”) ouput cable to be routed down into the shed.

I must add a Special Note of Caution here – I am Not a licensed electrician, and although I have had training and experience in electrical design and installation… I am not up to speed on the current Electrical Code, and especially the specific sections that cover un-inhabited sheds and outbuildings…let alone solar installations.   I should also note that the Electrical Code is no doubt undergoing ongoing revision to address the increasing use of solar generated electric.  It is incumbant upon anyone using or performing installation activities to research, digest, and heed ALL the requirments specified for their particular application…and in their particular municipality.   Upon this writing, I have those plans as well – not only is the safety of our family, and that of our neighbors, at risk… our property, and theirs, is potentially at risk too.  Therefore, there are insurance coverage issues here, no doubt.

So maybe this is a good place to begin discussing placement and orientation.   I say “begin”, because this can be a pretty deep subject if you delve into it very far.   The possibility of a “full scale” roof-top solar installation (on a house, for example) would involve a study of the orientation of dwelling’s roof sections to the sun, the pitch of the roof, trees that would potentially block the sun’s rays, etc.

The installation of a relatively “portable” solar panel (such as one of these Deltran Solar Chargers) gives us some latitude with respect to the above.  We might even be able to place, move, orient, or re-orient a shed for optimum sun exposure.

Anyway – the above are my thought and plans, thus far (as of 7-5-11)…trust they may change as an installation project unfolds…  I’ll either add to this blog post, or create a new one (depending on specific subject) in the future…

Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at 302-562-1706 or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com  

We invite you to check out our Blog at:  www.sae2pin.com

Our products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company specializing in Portable Solar Chargers and related connectors, leads, and adapters !!!

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Launching of Sister Site: www.solarcapitalist.com

by on Apr.27, 2011, under Hello World!, Solar

Solar Capitalist LLC (our sister company), recently launched an e-commerce website: www.solarcapitalist.com specializing in Portable Solar Gear !!!

In addition to Portable Solar Chargers – Battery Tenders, SAE 2 Pin Cables, Cords, Leads, Connectors, and Adapters will be made available via this efficienty operated source.

With a similar focus on economy, the same level of product quality and customer service enjoyed with Bohemian Biker LLC can be expected from Solar Capitalist LLC.

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Deltran Solar Chargers

by on Mar.07, 2011, under Battery Tenders, Solar

Check out these new offerings from Deltran !!!  Now you can Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !!!
Just think – you could have the Sun maintaining your Bike’s battery in a backyard utility shed!
Deltran 5W Solar Charger

                      Deltran 5 Watt Solar Charger

 5-Watt Solar Panel with built-in Battery Tender® super smart charging controller.

100% portable battery charging and maintenance. Perfect for storage space without power access!

Product Specifications:

  • 13.25″ X 16″ X 0.875″
  • 3 lbs
  • 12 V Nominal Voltage 270 mAmps
  • Temperature Compensation Sensor
  • Sparkproof
  • 5 Year Warranty

BATTERY TENDER SOLAR PANELS ARE THE ONLY PANELS AVAILABLE WITH A BUILT-IN CHARGE CONTROLLER TO PREVENT OVERCHARGING!

Deltran 10W Solar Charger

                      Deltran 10 Watt Solar Charger

10-Watt Solar Panel with built-in Battery Tender®3-step automatic microprocessor controller.

100% portable battery charging and maintenance. Perfect for storage space without power access!

Product Specifications:
  • 26″ x 16″ x 0.875″
  • 5.5 lbs
  • 12 V Nominal Voltage 540 mAmps
  • Temperature Compensation Sensor
  • Sparkproof
  • 5 Year Warranty

BATTERY TENDER SOLAR PANELS ARE THE ONLY PANELS AVAILABLE WITH A BUILT-IN CHARGE CONTROLLER TO PREVENT OVERCHARGING!

Deltran 15W Solar Charger

 

Deltran 15 Watt Solar Charger

15-Watt Solar Panel with built-in Battery Tender®3-step automatic microprocessor controller.

100% portable battery charging and maintenance. Perfect for storage space without power access!
Product Specifications:
  • 38″ x 16″ x 0.875″
  • 8 lbs
  • 12 V Nominal Voltage 830 mAmps
  • Temperature Compensation Sensor
  • Sparkproof
  • 5 Year Warranty

BATTERY TENDER SOLAR PANELS ARE THE ONLY PANELS AVAILABLE WITH A BUILT-IN CHARGE CONTROLLER TO PREVENT OVERCHARGING!

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com  

Products are available through our e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

This is the link leading directly to the page listing Deltran Solar Powered Battery Tenders: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/deltran-solar-charger-battery-tender-sae2pin.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company specializing in Deltran Battery Tenders, Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers, and related SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and cords.

 

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Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers

by on Apr.12, 2009, under Solar

Portable Solar Chargers offer the ability to “Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy” – they provide the means to generate electricity using the sun’s rays.  Pictured above are the members of the the SUNLINQ line of portable solar chargers manufactured by Global Solar.

Global’s portable solar chargers are widely used not only by military personnel in remote locations, but by many others in civilian applications, as well.  Any application precipitating the need to charge a battery/hand held electronics in the field (e.g., communication devices, photography equipment, or navigation equipment such as a GPS unit),  could potentially be addressed with a portable solar charger.

For the sake demonstration, here’s a potential scenario in which one of these folding (therefore packable) solar chargers could serve the motorcyclist.  Say you’re traveling on a motorcycle trip (or maybe you’re an expedition biker), and you’re spending your nights tent camping along the way.  Maybe through the night you’d like to be able to tap into your motorcycle’s battery as a source of 12 volt power for one thing or another – charging handheld electronics, etc.  Using one of these portable solar chargers…with whatever sun remains when you make camp…and then the sunshine available the next morning…you could be trickle charging your motorcycle’s battery back up to full power…even while still tapping into the power for the charging of the handheld electronic device.

Setting aside the above scenario, I’d like to be able to say that if you found your motorcycle’s battery “dead”…lacking the power to crank over the engine…miles from any services, as well as a 110 volt outlet and a battery charger…you have a solution here (obviously, there may be the possibility of getting a jump off another bike).  I’d stop short of saying one of these portable solar chargers would be the answer.  You would be able you to trickle charge your motorcycle’s battery, but I’d hesitate to say you could bring a “dead” battery up to a charge level that will facilitate cranking over the engine…in an amount of time that would suit your needs in a situation such as this.

CAUTION – Do not attempt to start a motorcycle, i.e., crank the engine over…while still connected to a solar charger!  There is not sufficient power generated by a portable solar charger to run a starter and start your engine…and..the amperage draw will overload the light conductors.  This will no doubt “blow” the fuse of a Battery Tender Quick Connect – if it’s of…or near…the proper value – usually 7.5 amps.

Over some period of time…(depending on such variables as the intensity of the sun, orientation to the sun, shading, and the parameters of your specific solar charger, etc.)…one of these portable solar chargers will “trickle charge” your battery.  They are often used to “maintain” the healthy charge level of a battery during periods of no, or minimal use…such as a vehicle left at the airport for an extended amount of time…or a boat with a bilge pump running from time to time.   Considering the sophistication of the electronics of a Deltran Battery Tender, I’d offer that one of these units is a much better choice for something like your prized motorcycle put up for the winter…if you do that!

Friends, these portable solar chargers were pivotal in my recognition of the common link between motorcycle battery maintenance equipment and the majority of portable solar equipment – the SAE 2 Pin connector.

When I became a Global Solar dealer and began handling their line of portable solar chargers and accessories, I soon noticed that the connector on the output of Deltran Battery Tenders and Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers was the same – an SAE 2 Pin connector.   This awakened me to a “blinding flash of the obvious” – not only could a portable solar charger be connected directly to a motorcycle’s battery via the fused “Quick Connect” (normally left connected to the battery), but this connector opened up a whole range of possibilities with respect to tapping into the power of a motorcycle’s battery and charging system.

Along with a Global Solar  SUNLINQ Portable Solar Charger comes a 5 piece accessory cable kit including:  12 volt power port, 12 volt power plug, and battery terminal clamp cables, as well as an 8 foot extension and a COAX “male” 2.5 mm barrel connector adaptor.  The 5 piece accessory kits alone facilitate a wide range of useful operations.

For example, the 12 volt power port x SAE 2 Pin connector cable can be used to access 12 volt power for a cell phone charger.  The 12 volt power plug could be used the trickle charge a motorcycle battery off a vehicle with a 12 volt battery and power port.  The battery terminal clamp cable could also be used to trickle charge a motorcycle battery off the 12 volt battery of another vehicle.

Since the components of these accessory kits can be indespensible on their own, we make them available through our eBay store (see link below).   Through our eBay store we also make available a heavier, more durable 8 foot extension, as well as a “Y” cable which facilitates either “dual input” or “dual output”.  In addition, we make the Deltran “Quick Connect” with integral 7.5 amp fuse and 5/16″ ring terminals available there.  For those applications where less capacity is required, there is a generic battery “quick connect” with an integral 3 amp fuse and 1/4″ ring terminals.   25 foot extension cords with SAE 2 Pin connectors are available for applications involving greater distances for access, or positioning (for example, orientation to the sun for maximum exposure).

For several years, we’ve been providing customers all over the world with access to Global solar chargers, as well as related equipment.

Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at: 302-562-1706 or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

Our products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, as well as Portable Solar Chargers

 

Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

 

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