JEDI XIAOLIN January 25, 2017

 

Solar and Survival bug out bags

Emergency Planning and Checklists
Basic

Preparedness
• Create a network of neighbors, relatives, friends, and coworkers to aid you
in an emergency. Discuss your needs and make sure everyone knows how to
operate necessary equipment.
• Discuss your needs with your employer.
• If you are mobility impaired and live or work in a high-rise building, have an
escape chair.
• If you live in an apartment building, ask the management to mark accessible
exits clearly and to make arrangements to help you leave the building.
• Keep specialized items ready, including extra wheelchair batteries, oxygen,
catheters, medication, food for service animals, and any other items you
might need.
• Be sure to make provisions for medications that require refrigeration.
• Keep a list of the type and model numbers of the medical devices you require.
Caring for Animals

Water

quickly becomes a precious resource following many disasters. It is vital that
all household members learn how to shut off the water at the main house valve.
• Cracked lines may pollute the water supply to your house. It is wise to shut
off your water until you hear from authorities that it is safe for drinking.
• The effects of gravity may drain the water in your hot water heater and toilet
tanks unless you trap it in your house by shutting off the main house valve
(not the street valve in the cement box at the curb—this valve is extremely
diffi cult to turn and requires a special tool).
Preparing to Shut Off Water
• Locate the shut-off valve for the water line that enters your house. It may
look like this:
• Make sure this valve can be completely shut off. Your valve may be rusted
open, or it may only partially close. Replace it if necessary.

 

Solar and Survival bug out bags5 liters) interior storage capacity for all of your things. The Off Grid Voltaic Solar Backpack gives you the ability to pack up, carry and charge your devices on the go! Whether you are going camping, hiking or backpacking this solar bag is a great way to keep your electronics charged and safe. (If you are looking for solar backpack like this one but just a little smaller, check out the Converter Solar Backpack.)

1 hour of sun will provide about 3 hours of talk time for your cell phone and 4-5 hours of sun will provide a full charge.

Ideal for solar charging mobile phones, iPods/mp3 players, iPhone, smartphones/PDAs, portable gaming devices, GPS units, digital cameras, Bluetooth headsets, and more.

Includes a 4,000 mAh Universal USB Battery so you have back up power when the sun goes down. The battery can also be charged using the USB power cable via a computer. Battery will fully charge in 9 hours in direct sun and 5.5 hours from USB to computer or laptop and will provide you with up to 19 hours talk time or 48 hours music playback.

Removable 6.15 Watt solar panel provide you with a total of 6 watts of charging power. Zip off the solar panel and then you can attach it to another bag, bike rack, etc. with the included straps and clips!

The included Phone Pouch sits on the shoulder strap and allows you to charge with easy phone access.

1500 cubic inches (25 liters) storage inside for all of your things!

LED indicator lights show that the solar panels are providing a charge.

The fabric shell is made from recycled PET (soda bottles) which is waterproof, lightweight and UV resistant making this solar carrying case better than any other because it was also made with the environment in mind.

The Voltaic Off-Grid Solar Backpack comes with the Solar Backpack with a built-in 6.15 watt solar panel, 1 – Universal USB Battery Pack, Set of 2 tips for the most popular devices, and 2 Year warranty on bag or case and panels, 1 year warranty on battery.

The Off Grid Solar Backpack includes the MINI and MICRO USB tip for the latest smart phones like the EVO HTC, Motorola Droid, and other Android phones as well as Blackberrys.

 

Whether you are camping, building a shed, or experiencing a power outage, the Yeti 1250 Solar Generator Kit offers you all the power you need. Silent, clean, safe, and easy to use indoors or out. No noise, no fumes, no gasoline, no wasted power. Charge from the sun with solar panels or from the regular wall outlet.

Ideal for: Lights, Phones, Tablets, Laptops, DSLR Cameras, CPAP, TV, Fridge
Silent AC or solar power generation. It takes the same amount of time to charge your device from a Goal Zero 1250 power pack as it does from the wall outlet at home
Safe to operate indoors and rated for continuous duty
Includes three 2.1A USB Outlets. The USB port best charges all your large sized or multiple USB powered devices
Includes a 12V charging port. The 12V port best charges all your 12V powered devices
There are three AC Outlets (pure-sine wave) on the Yeti 1250. Plug in your device just as you would the wall at home
Interface makes it easy to use and monitor performance
Comes with Two 30 Watt panels chain to create 60 Watts of power
Includes solar panel travel carrying case for easy transport and protection
Very dependable thanks to highly efficient monocrystalline solar cells
Designed with a durable metal frame for rugged use and years of service
Take Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Solar Generator Kit on camping trips, tailgating parties and even road trips on the RV. This solar generator can literally do it all
Comes with a 1 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

There are 3 ways to charge your Goal Zero Yeti 1250:

The Sun
The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 can be charged by connecting a compatible solar panel. This kit includes two 30 watt solar panels for a combined power output of 60 watts.

Wall

The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 can be recharged from a regular wall outlet in about 18 hours. You can charge your Yeti with solar panels, and a wall charger at the same time.

Car
Although not the most ideal recharge time, the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 can also be charged by plugging into your car 12V adapter in about 44 hours. You will need to purchase an 8.0mm to 12V Charger.

How many times will the Yeti 1250 charge your device?

Headlamp (4 Watt-Hours): 300+ Charges
Smartphone (5-7 Watt-Hours): 100+ Charges
GoPro (5 Watt-Hours): 200+ Charges
Digital Camera (8 Watt-Hours): 100+ Charges
Tablet (25-42 Watt-Hours): 45+ Charges
Laptop (50 Watt-Hours): 20+ Charges

 

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