What was the first solar cell phone in Charlotte? -
Charging stations are now open to the public.
Two engineers, Dave Brothers of the Frontier Power System and Valentine Gomez of the Coles Association, worked with Fusion Charlottetown, a young urban professional, to achieve the station.
The brothers said, "You just plug in your cell phone and put it on the windowsill for a few minutes. You can have some juice. "
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After Fusion got $2,500 in calculus, Charlotte Town's Technology Division was funded by Brothers and Gomez. -
Charlotte Town appropriation.
Then engineers gave the project to Bird and Mouse, an island company that created unique designs from recycled wood.
Birdmouse created a shelf for mobile phones and added a row of plants to the front as rain washed down the charger panel.
"It's really simple," the brothers said of the design.
Solar panels collect light, which passes through so-called charge controllers and is stored at 12. -volt deep-
Recycling batteries are like batteries on a car or a ship.
The power supply can be connected to an inverter outside the station through six USB ports. "The same inverter, you will buy to plug in your car and watch movies," explained the brother.
Solar backpacks and other hot gadgets, for your coolest summer ever reject the idea of Victoria Park, initially because the station will be placed in public spaces, such as street corners or city parks.
Instead, it is in front of the upstream brewing process on Allen Street. -
It is available for public use and emphasizes the management of breweries, but people have to walk through the breweries and after 8 p. m. m.
In June, Fusion applied to the city to build the station in Victoria Park near the Kiwanis Dairy Bar, but a standing committee rejected the proposal and wrote in its report: "They felt that the building seemed incomplete, and they thought it was inappropriate. " -
Looking for buildings in Victoria Park.
"I'm disappointed," said my brother.
"We have made a lot of efforts for this.
"We try to put it where it is most commonly used, but we also need to cross it. -
Refer to which area has the best sunshine, "added Gomez. Not completed?
Kuhn said the Committee "did not believe Victoria Park was the right place for the device".
Mitchell Teville, chairman of Charlotte Town Park Leisure Committee, said in an interview.
"The Committee feels that the staff also feels that. . .
Teville added: "That particular device has not yet been completed. "
Engineers say the project has been completed, except for information panels designed for both sides.
They partly blamed it. -
Photographing in the dark garage failed to convince the Committee of the benefits of chargers.
Teville said he hoped for more. The city was willing to explore other locations of charging stations and pointed out that Victoria Park had a lot of needs, but not all of them could be met.
Engineers say that the location of Upstreet is good, and the brewery is happy to have it.
Gomez points out that the radio is portable, so if someone wants to take it to a music festival, that's great. -used.
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"They are everywhere in Winnipeg, Fox and Toronto, everywhere in the city," Gomez said.
"It's great to see this city come out and try to build another city in Victoria Park or even Pique Park. " [Quay].
"We'll see what kind of feedback it gets. If there's more interest, who knows?
Engineers say the charging station will be brought indoors in winter because leaving it outdoors will shorten its life.
They say the total cost of the project is about $3,500. MORE P. E. I.
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