Solar/Battery Powerbank cum smart wireless speaker (Google assistant & Amazon alexa enabled voice control)
1) 4 Usb port, each port has 2 power variation. (5v 3amp) & (9v 2amp).
2) Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (15W & 15W) & sound also control.
3) FM Radio
4) LED Clock
5) Own smart Speaker Google assistant & Amazon Alexa Enabled voice control.
6) LED RGB Gradient Lighting strip (One side) (Using like a Torch / Emergency Light)
7) Others LED Features:
b) A/C supply
c) low battery
d) full battery
e) charging battery / Solar Charging status
8) User Controling Switch:
a) Device On / Off
b) FM Radio On / Off & Change the channel up/down
c) Google assistant & Amazon alexa On / Off
d) Wireless Bluetooth Speaker On / Off
e) Speaker Sound Controling + / -
f) LED RGB Gradient Lighting strip On / Off
* use arduino / raspberry pi
1) Solar panel & Battery
Solar / Battery Operation Condition:
1) If solar is not sufficient and battery is empty. Then charge battery first.
2) if solar is not sufficient but battery is full. Then combine solar and battery and give recommend output.
c) if solar is sufficient and battery is empty then give output and charge the battery simultaneously. (Priority is output).
d) if solar is sufficient and battery is full. Then give output and leave the battery.
Device can also be connect with A/C supply for battery charge and output purpose.
Device can be on/off by a switch.
# Surge or voltage spike protection for output.
# over charge protection.
# over voltage protection.
# over load protection.
# short-circuit protection.
# over current protection.
# under voltage protection.
Require a PCB Circuit Design & also require BOM (Bills of Materials)
2 freelancers are bidding on average ₹6306 for this job
hello i am a computer engineer,i have masters in computer engineering,i have experience for more than 8 years in arduino and electronicsall these things are doable
tell me exactly what you want. I will suggest the proper way to do that. I have experience in custom made solar chargers in my college projects. also I am an electronic engineering undergraduate.