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Ben builds some portable solar-powered items that could be useful on a camping trip: a charger for gadget addicts and a hands-free rotisserie!
This week, Ben builds some portable solar-powered items that will change the way you go camping forever: a charger for gadget addicts and a hands-free rotisserie!
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Ben obtains some solar panels and proceeds to hook anything he can find up to them.
Next, Ben builds a circuit to charge a lead-acid battery with the solar cells.
With the panels working, Ben proceeds to build a solar-powered food-rotating campfire rotisserie.
Finally, Ben rigs up a simple charger for USB powered devices. So you can get apps while camping.