PROJECT DESCRIPTION[edit | edit source]

Develop practical medical care devices that can be used during electric grid outages and in emergency situations, using batteries that are charged by solar power, and can also be charged using human-powered generators or dynamos, in the event that there is no regular electricity service nor ample solar charge in the batteries. These devices are needed for both medical care facilities and for home use.[1]

Include a list of all common devices that could be made to run on these combinations of power sources. Rank in terms of wattage / voltage needed to run each.

Include existing open-source plans and/or criteria for open-source designs.

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Authors Tom Stanton
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Language English (en)
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Created February 18, 2024 by Tom Stanton
Modified February 21, 2024 by Tom Stanton
  1. Sustainable Energy For All (SE4ALL), 2024, State of the Market Report for Healthcare Facility Electrification,
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