1/8" Square Solar Cell

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These are small 1/8" square clear-epoxy encapsulated solar cells generating about 1/2 volt @ 1.9mA in sunlight.


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These 1/8" square clear-epoxy encapsulated solarcell, are good for 0.475 volts (open circuit) @ 1.86mA (short circuit) in noon sunlight. NOTE: You will need at least 6 wired in series to generate enough voltage to power most solarengines.

Made by Siemens Osram, these BPW-34 units are pretty cool!

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