After having a friend ask several questions regarding a solar generator project he was working on, I decided this would be a good opportunity to build my own solar generator and fully document the process. The total build came out to around $641. This video provides an in-depth look at the process involved in collecting and assembling the battery pack along with the choice of components and some testing.

** BATTERIES ** (10% Discount Code “BATTERY”)

■▬▬▬▬▬ COMPONENTS USED ▬▬▬▬▬■
Craftsman Toolbox
Modem Batteries (10% Discount Code “BATTERY”)
100W Renogy Solar Panel (not included in price calculation)
Reliable 1500W Inverter
50A Circuit Breaker
DROK Voltage Display
Recessed Outlets w/ USB
Surface Mountable XT60
Nickel Strip 2P 25ft
Cell Holders 4×5
Kapton Tape
MPT-7210A MPPT Charger
Cigarette Lighter Plugs
Fan Temp Controller
XT60 Connectors
XT90 Connectors
48V to 12V Buck Converter
Pack-Sized Heat Shrink…

► Battery Hookup (10% Discount Code “BATTERY”)
► Big Battery (10% Discount Code “BATTERY”)
► Batrium BMS
► DIY Lithium Batteries Book
► Opus BT-C3100 Tester

■▬▬▬▬▬ DISCLAIMERS ▬▬▬▬▬■
► I receive a small commission on purchases made using my affiliated links shared the video description and comments section. The views and opinions expressed here are my own, unbiased, and not influenced by this commission in any way.
► My videos are in no way intended to be instructional “how-to” lessons. I am simply documenting my project for informational purposes. Property damage, personal injury, or death may result, even when following manufacturer’s instructions. I cannot be held liable for such damage or injury. It is YOUR OBLIGATION to ensure that you are complying with any local and federal laws as well as code and permit requirements.