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Military Portable Solar Power

By Jeremy Bolden

A dependable powerful light is very useful in situations where light is not readily available. Electricity has been considered one of the best discoveries for just that reason. This is why it is a great idea to have a portable and dependable device to provide light and power for electronic equipment. The best part is that the devices built for campers or emergency situations, like the Scout Explorer Kit, are light weight and easy to use. This specific kit comes with three different ways to power the device: by using the AC wall outlet, trying out the solar panels which are included, or by using a car adapter. Regardless of where a person goes, they are sure to have access to at least one of these means to power the kit.

The Escape Scout Explorer Kit includes a Scout 150 batter, Escape 30M solar briefcase, AC wall charger, 12V female and male cigarette adapters, 9′ cord as well as a patent-pending carabiner, and two light-a-life lights. The Light-a-Life light provides far more area coverage than a normal lamp does and lasts for much longer. This means that there is no time limit on the arrival of the party to camp and that camp can be easily set up regardless of how late and dark it has become.

This kit is energy efficient as it uses no more than necessary and green energy approved as it contains a solar panel, which means that, even away from an AC adapter or a car, the energy can still flow as long as there is sunlight in the area. In addition to being able to set up camp using solar power, it can save additional energy by switching to the solar power during the day.

Escape Scout Explorer kit can power pretty much any electronic device including PDAs, phones, CPAP machines, portable DVD players, radios, cell phones, and laptops. The Scout 150 battery can be discharged in three different ways including USB, AC, and 12V DC. There is a charge controller which has been integrated and protects the battery against voltage spikes as well as a built-in control for temperature and fuse systems which ensure safety as well as long term performance.

The solar panel folds into a briefcase which is light weight and easy to carry. It has some easy locking mechanisms and can be folded out when in use. Moreover, it also a cable which helps in the set up. You can clip the Light-a-Life to panel using chains and it can support 12 such lights for adequate illumination around the campsite.

Whether you are hiking across the country or just camping for fun, it is a great idea to keep this kit handy. The solar panel can help in powering up all kinds of laptops, cells and even aid in any kind of emergency procedures in Haiti to aid in the relief efforts. The Scout Explorer kit is low weight and a great energy solution for charging up low charge electronic gadgets. With this energy source around, people will be confident in exploring the unknown realms and regions across United States of America.

Is the wilderness ready for you? If not, take a look at theEscape Scout Explorer Kit. Jordan Eske knows about solar power products and where to find them.

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Bolden, Jeremy "Military Portable Solar Power." Military Portable Solar Power. 7 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 24 Oct 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/recreation-and-sports/camping/portable-solar-power/>.

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