The SOS in a Box solar generator kit is designed with emergency and off-grid scenarios in mind. Sun Flare Systems is a Canadian company that has developed a solar-powered backup generator. In the age of climate change and increasing recurrence of natural disasters, a powerful plug-and-play backup generator may indeed come in handy in emergencies. Matthew Siegler, Sun Flare’s CEO and President, mentions a variety of applications for his solution, from relief efforts in Africa to first responder communication.
Besides SOS in a Box, Sun Flare has also developed a Solar Mini Billboard conceived for corporate entities to advertise their own green credentials, and to generate electricity that can be fed into the grid.
Don’t be sh*t out of luck when a huge disaster or emergency strikes and causes an electrical outage…which is exactly what Sun Flare Systems hopes to avoid with their SOS in a Box: a totally portable (and ultra-high efficient) solar power generator. The kit consists of three main components that work together to create a very efficient home power plant, including the generator backup, high efficiency solar panel(s)s and the charge controller.
The Sun Flare Systems SOS in a Box comes in four different models that all provide reliable power when you need it most. Youa€™ll see an estimated delivery date - opens in a new window or tab based on the sellera€™s dispatch time and delivery service. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. Items delivered internationally may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value.
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This is definitely a necessary system to be used and delpoed easily at depressed areas affected by calamities.

Designed to provide power in cases of outage and disaster, the patent-pending SOS in a Box kit is basically a small, portable power plant that includes a backup generator, flexible high-efficiency solar panels, and a charge controller. Besides, as the number of energy-hungry gadgets in our lives increases, being able to produce a considerable amount of power on the go is a welcome advancement. It can produce up to 800-2,500 Watts of household electricity on demand for when an emergency strikes. The solar kit works better than any gas generator because in an emergency, gas stations can’t pump gas without electricity, so it’s a waste of a generator! Their lowest model is the Marine RV Line for $1,080 that provides 75 Watts of PV power with 25amp MPPT charge controller, with external battery terminals for those consumers who already have their own battery systems and inverters. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. If you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to use this product – seek help immediately as this solar based system will only work for a short period of time and only be able to power a small radio receiver or little LED light.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Sun Flare says its solar generation package is the first FAA and Airline Approved generator of its kind. The company recently announced a working partnership with Last Mile Networks, a provider of emergency communications solutions. The patent-pendng solar powered backup generator system provides instant solar electrical power in any outage or disaster so you have a virtually endless supply of electricity.

Even a few gallons stored in a gas can means a little electricity for a little while before it gives out, which won’t happen with a solar kit like this. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library. Most comments and so called reviews either do not understand how solar power systems work, a lazy and simply regurgitate the manufacturers product data or a paid by the supplier of this product to do the favourable reviews.
Geek Out with the latest home theater speakers, home theater systems, av receivers and the latest tech news and best product reviews on the web. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. The advertised power outputs are NEVER achieved and the charging capabilities are limited to a few hours a day and that’s if you have direct access to unobstructed sunlight.
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For the record I have used and test several solar based charging systems and NONE have achieved anywhere near the advertised power ratings. Solar power systems are less efficient than the inefficient wind power systems which is say something!

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  1. God_IS_Love
    So, for a hungry backpacker who has dried.
  2. BBB
    Are rather heavy/dense and to obtain a certain survive.
  3. RAMIL
    That does not want the Journal of Civil Defense nonetheless, nowadays.