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After a few days of working on the pulse motor/battery desulfator I give you an update on things at the off grid homestead. It is a beautiful warm, sunny day and the solar power battery banks are topping off nicely.
I was able to walk around in a T-shirt because the sun was
Why is a pulse motor/battery desulfator important to an off grid homestead. This is a device which can restore sulfated lead acid batteries to like new condition or even better. I explain why here.
As I work on the Q3 charge accelerator many people are asking me why this is
I picked up some 18 gauge wire and started to solder the wires on the stator half of the Q3 charge accelerator. I want this to look very nice so I am taking my time doing the work.
First I ran the coil wires through the little holes in the stator half so that the wires can
Today I began assembling the Quanta Magnetics Q3 charge accelerator. I have been studying everything I could find about this device for about 12 hours now and I feel that I am ready to begin assembly.
Lou, a disabled man had purchased this a few years ago to put together wi
I have just received a package containing a sort of energy generator. This is the Quanta Q3 magnetic energy generator which is actually three devices in one.
A viewer on my YouTube channel contacted me about this generator. He bought it years ago but he cannot do it himself
About a year ago I got a slightly damaged antique cedar closet for free and dismantled it for a later project. I also built the frame for a closet in my tiny house on wheels. Today I finished building my cedar wood closet using reclaimed lumber.
I got this old antique close
Melanie and I picked up an old dresser on the side of the road this past summer but it was not in good shape and too big for our tiny house loft. So today we demolished the dresser to use the wood for a desk and shelves upstairs.
In the morning it was already 52 degrees out
I hate to be all gloom and doom, but preparing for a disaster or an emergency is a good idea. After living through a hurricane in Upstate New York, in the mountains and seeing the destruction far from the coast, I am a believer of prepping. You may suddenly find yourself living with no electricit
June 4th, 2012
After living off the grid now for the last 4 weeks full time, I am getting a better idea of the true solar panel output during any given time of the day. I can also see how rain or cloudy weather affects the solar panel output. When you buy a solar panel, you
A slide in truck camper makes the ultimate survival vehicle. It can be mounted and deployed in minutes and can be removed as needed. You can have your truck free to get supplies when needed without breaking camp as you would with an RV or motorhome. With a larger camper trailer you may not be abl
Living off the grid – with no outside source of electricity – means that you may need to count amps and watts. When solar or wind energy is your only source of electricity then you must watch your energy consumption every day to ensure that you do not drain the battery bank.
I finally got running water in my off grid camper. It may be something you never think about and take for granted on a daily basis, but go without it for a while and you really learn to appreciate the nice comforts of modern living.The trailer has a 4
There is a lot of talk on the net about either solar energy or wind energy. Many homes decide to use one or the other. Most choose solar energy for their home. But have you ever considered using both? If they could both be installed affordably, for the average family, then why not? Here are some
April 26th, 2012
I have been converting my off grid trailer to solar for the last few months now. The last step in the process was to remove that old, bulky power converter and the 115 volt power cable that was normally used to plug into the grid at campgrounds
April 22nd, 2012
I guess I did my part on Earth Day 2012 by staying out in the Off Grid Trailer. I have no connections to any utilities. Everything is fully off the grid. I must provide my own water, heat, electricity and waste management.
Using the old
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