Is_There_a_Waterproof_Solar_Charger_ by georgetitan

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Is There a Waterproof Solar Charger?

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Summary:
Many people using solar chargers want to know if there is a waterproof
solar charger available. The answer is...


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Many people using solar chargers want to know if there is a waterproof
solar charger available. Most of these people who like to use their solar
chargers while at the beach are afraid that the water splashing around
will ruin their chargers. Solar chargers are very durable and most can
withstand the normal splashing that occurs at the beach.

The sun power that is used to operate a solar charger is a great way for
people at the beach to keep their electrical devices running. Because
solar chargers are meant to be used outside, they are naturally
waterproof. They are made to withstand rain and other natural weather
that may occur around them.

Weatherproof solar chargers are easy to find, the actual concern is more
for the devices you are going to be charging with your solar energy
charger. Most electrical devices that you will be charging with your
charger are not weatherproof or waterproof at all. So even though your
solar charger may be able to withstand a little water being splashed on
it, that does not mean that your cell phone will be equally capable of
operating in those watery conditions.

It is extremely important to keep all your electrical devices out of any
water. Most devices will be ruined with very little water coming into
contact with them. For those people who like to use their solar chargers
at the beach, this can present a huge dilemma. They want to use a solar
charger while relaxing at the beach, but they do not want to risk ruining
their expensive electrical devices.

A simple solution is to remain far enough away from the water that you
will not risk getting your device wet. You can also use an umbrella or
other shading device to keep your electronics out of the weather in case
it suddenly starts to rain. Just remember if you are using an umbrella to
make sure and put your solar charger in the sunlight. If your charger is
not in full sunlight, it will take much longer to charger your batteries
or other devices.

Another solution for people who are afraid of water getting to their
electrical devices is that they can put them in a plastic bag and only
have the cord of the solar charger coming in through a small opening.
This will protect the electronic device while still allowing it to be
charged. This is a great option for sitting around the pool or at the
beach. If the weather gets really bad, you should consider just packing
everything up and heading for cover.

Solar chargers are very durable and can withstand most weather related
conditions. It may still be necessary to remove your portable solar
chargers from the weather if it is very stormy or windy out. A little
rain should not bother them. Just make sure you have taken care of the
devices you were charging because they are much more susceptible to rain
and water damage than a solar charger is.

								
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