Solar cells for the microcontroller
Solar technology is also finding its way into microelectronics. The sustainable alternative to the conventional block battery allows you to design a completely self-sufficient project, with which you are guaranteed to be right on trend.
The solar modules for Arduino and Co. are small, handy and powerful. With an output of between 2 and 4.5 watts or 6 to 12 volts, they are suitable for operating simple electronic circuits, such as temperature monitoring for the home garden.
Independence through solar energy - solar modules for single board computers
The main advantage of powering your microcontroller with solar cells is the high degree of flexibility that comes with generating energy from natural resources. Thanks to the compact solar modules, you are independent of local energy sources and can therefore use your project on the move.