The "prepared material kit" consists of standard electrical components plus the
prepared assembly material.
The assembly of the material kit does require certain
technical skills but no specific advanced expertise. The assembly instructions guide
the user through the assembly of the material kit step-by-step right up to the creation
of a fully assembled solar work case.
This involves drilling the necessary holes in the case, bending the panels for locking
the case lid in place and securing the battery in the case, establishing the electrical
connections, etc. in order to assemble the components.
In addition to the materials included in the scope of delivery, the following are
also required for assembly:
• 5 mm drill
• A way of bending panels, e.g. a vice
The assembly of the solar work case – whether this is done individually, in
a group or as a class – is intended to teach basic technical skills and should
of course be fun. And when it is complete, the solar work case is in itself a small
solar power station that can be used in practice.
The solar module supplies energy from the sun, which is stored in the battery via
a charge controller. A wide range of connection options enable various conventional
consumers to be operated.
The energy from the sun is stored in the battery
as DC current, although other household devices can also be connected via the inverter.