http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/180651377637?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649it should work? Even if the panel only delivers half that max current, it should still be enough to keep the batteries charged on an average UK day?
battery -> http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/2226If I have a solar panel array delivering 9 volts and 260mA nominal, and my project only pulls 70-90mA, would the remaining 170 or so mA get wasted, or charge the battery?The cells are rated 9V @ 130mA nominal, I'm expecting closer to 8.5@85 out of them, thus why I'm paralleling them.FWIW, the regulators have a 15V max input.How would I set this up? moduli fotovoltaici I know I'll need a diode between the solar panels so one doesn't backfeed the other, and another diode before the array so the battery doesn't backfeed the panels.I've seen solar battery/load tenders for 3V3 Li-ions, but nothing for 9V NiMH's.edit: found this -> http://ghurd.info/dc.htmlI've emailed the designer to ask how to modify for 9V.
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