Laptop power brick says: 19v — 3.95amp
The battery says: 10.8v — 3.95amp
Label on bottom of laptop: 19v — 3.95amp
Laptop model #: Toshiba Satellite A215 – S7413
I run the laptop at lowest brightness, almost never use the dvd drive, and power saver settings (for those that this might mean something)
I would like to run the laptop essentially from the second sun energy is viable until it gets too dark, so I need something that will provide it with all the required power in that time.
I’m looking at an irregular watt panel, 86.4watts (12v — 7.2amp), but I was hoping to find out if what I want to achieve is feasible. If it is feasible and in fact uses less that than the panels I’m looking at, if I used a solar controller would it be able to use the leftover to charge a battery even just a little for when the sun goes down?
There’s another panel that runs at 24v — 3.6amp, just in case.
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