With energy prices going up at a very high rate, the need to invest in more cost-effective and reliable sources of energy is on the rise. This is where the Smart Solar Box system by Ryan Tanner steps in. The program teaches you how to build a small generator that can help you cut your energy costs by up to 68% or even more and provide you with sufficient power during a disaster. But how good is it? This review investigates.
What is Smart Solar Box Program?
Simply put, it is a guide that teaches you how to construct a solar power plant or basically a small generator to help you light your home. You can use the generator to power your alarm systems, garage, electric doors, and other home appliances that need electricity to run. The power plant is easy to build and there is no danger in using it. In fact, you also don’t need to be an electrician or even have prior knowledge about energy.
Additionally, the system provides you with a perfect backup for all your energy needs especially during disaster situations when all energy lines collapse down. Furthermore, it does not occupy so much space and all the components needed to build it are readily available in most local stores. Besides, it produces a clean source of energy and does not require a lot of maintenance work.
Like most guides, this too is available in digital format so you can download as many copies as you like and re-watch the videos as many times as possible. This means that you will, of course, need a reliable internet connection as well as a tablet, smartphone or a desktop to access it.back to menu ↑
How Does It Work?
Basically, the Smart Solar Box runs on built-in batteries designed to save enough power for future use. However, the batteries need solar power to work optimally. This is why the system is recommended as a great backup generator especially during a catastrophe. Unlike other solar panels, this particular one does not need an external inverter to work because it comes built with one.
Once you set up the generator, you will be surprised at how well it works compared to other energy sources. All your typical home appliances will work the same way they did before without paying thousands of dollars in the process. In addition, the box is totally legal and safe to build as well as to operate. But probably the best part about the system is that you can take it with you anywhere.
Furthermore, there are no installation costs to worry about once you are done assembling it. As if that’s not enough, maintenance is also very minimal. All you need is to clean the panels and dust the boxes at least every six months for maximum performance.back to menu ↑
What Is In It For You?
When you purchase a copy of the Smart Power 4 All guide, you will receive clear and exhaustive videos designed to guide you through the entire process of assembling the solar device. The videos are accompanied with easy to follow instructions to help you build your own device in just four hours or even less. In fact, even your own child can put the device together by the end of the day. Best of all, it will only take you a little over 30 minutes to watch the video.
Inside the guide, you will also find a list of all the parts and tools that you need to assemble the solar system. Most of these items you can find them at any online store or local shop at a very affordable price just in case you would like to use brand new parts. However, you can also find some of the tools like batteries for powering the system lying around the garage.
In summary, if you are planning to spend your hard-earned cash on this system, the following are some of the key items to expect when the order arrives (it’s a digital product so orders arrive instantly).
The PDF Guide: This is a 41-page manual which comprises colored photos, a shopping list and well-written instructions to follow.
10 Easy Steps: This is yet another eBook, a 35-page one, which explains the steps you need to take to build your very own solar panels if you cannot afford ready-made ones or if you’re not in a position to buy the same for whatever reason.
Video Guides: If you are an audio-visual learner, your best bet is to work with a series of videos. Fortunately, Ryan Tanner has provided 4 such videos to help guide you throughout the process. The videos are easy to follow plus you can pause and rewind them as desired.
Wind Turbine Building: If you feel that you live in a place where a wind turbine would do better than a solar energy system, this eBook will be a great find for you. It’s a bonus guide that shows you the dos and don’ts of building a system that provides lots of natural power for your entire home.**back to menu ↑
This system is claimed to have the capacity to cut up to 68% of your upcoming power bill. The best part is that you can scale it up to cover 100% of your cost over time. What’s more? It will help you save so much on your electricity bill and without even having to spend a lot of money on installing the device. So, do the math.
Considering its potential power output, it is possible to see that this is not one of those BS conspiracy cloaked devices out there in the world. What you get here is a powerful system that’s meant to meet all of your power needs. The setup provides you with adequate power for lighting up all appliances in your house and charges even when it’s cloudy. Apparently, it can last between 18 to 20 hours while powering all household equipment.
Unless you intentionally choose to make it extremely large so it powers larger entities, the basic unit that’s meant to function as a power backup system is quite portable. In fact, you’ll be required to by a toolbox for it – and that’s because it can easily fit in there be easily loaded onto a vehicle’s trunk.
This device powers all sorts of household devices including AC units, lamps, radios, toasters, and TVs without any issues. It basically has an adapter which enables you to transform the solar energy into DC and AC forms.back to menu ↑
Components of This System
So, what comprises this entire system and is it possible to find it in a competitive marketplace? For what price? Right off the bat, Ryan Tanner acknowledges that it is possible to build this solar box spending some $200 on it. Of course, the question of how much to spend depends on the size of the home you want to provide power for.
If you are looking to scale up this system so it provides power for the entire house, you would require to fork out northwards of $500. However, if all you’re looking for is a simple backup system that can support you for several days, the $200 model would be well worth having.
So, let us now have a look at the specific components that make up this entire structure and what they do.
You will need a minimum of 50-watt solar panels. The good thing is that they don’t have to be super-large to get the job done. Ideally, you should be after panels that are designed to perform optimally even in low-light environments. Nonetheless, the panels are probably the most expensive cost head of building this entire structure.
You will definitely need a place to store your power and this is where the small car batteries come in. The basic setup requires 2 small batteries (more would be required for a large setup). The good thing is that you can either go for brand new or used batteries. Of course, we’d recommend going for new ones if you want the system to be sustainable in the long-haul.
This is like the control panel of this entire unit. It basically provides you with the means to adjust the power rates. Most importantly, an ideal controller is one that provides you with the flexibility to establish different kinds of connection. And since the Smart Solar Box is meant to be a low-maintenance unit, it makes sense to also go for a solar charge controller that comes with built-in overcharge protection. And of course, if you come from a hot region, it would make perfect sense to go for a product with built-in heat protection.
The role of an inverter is to convert power from one form to another. In the case of the Smart Solar Box, what you get is a system that converts energy from solar form to AC or DC. In that case, your best bet is to go for an inverter that is meant to handle 800 watts or more – depending on the capacity of the system you are building. But just like the controller, you want to make sure that this core component has built-in safety features e.g. surge and heat control.
A Well-Built Box
Finally, you will need to invest in a hardy tool-box. The tougher it is, the better because it will be the one to take all the shock of wear and tear and protect your entire system for the long-haul. Of course, you want to make sure that this box is decently-sized and that it can fit the batteries, inverter, controllers, and a few wires.back to menu ↑
What Tools Will You Require?
The good news is that the tools required for this job are readily available. In fact, chances are that you already have these in your garage right now. Alternatively, you can borrow them from a friend or buy them from Home Depot or any other store on the cheap.
*Nuts, washers, and screws
Fortunately, you don’t need to worry too much about this list as the product itself comes with a full shopping list. So, all you’ll need to do is use that along with the helpful guide to making some awesome and accurate decisions.
Remember, you can always save more cash if you hunt to limited-time offers and bargain on cost. So, if you are really on a tight budget, that’s a worthwhile option to take.back to menu ↑
About The Author
The author behind this incredible program is Ryan Tanner. He is a mechanic living in Milwaukee with his wife and two daughters. Apparently, after his father passed on, Ryan discovered a solar panel system in his father’s cabin that was powering the house during a serious power outage. Consequently, he decided to study the plans of the system to understand how he could build a similar device.
Ryan claims that it took him nearly a year to put all the pieces to the puzzle and build the solar system for his house.
What’s more? It did not take a half of his backyard to assemble it but just a couple of square feet. In addition, it cost him a little over $200 only since he did not have to use new batteries.back to menu ↑
Small and extremely portable
Backed by a 60-day money back guarantee just in case you are not satisfied with the system
Easy to assemble the solar system thanks to the clear and step-by-step instructions
Reasonably priced and extremely adaptable
Helps you reduce your electricity bill by more than 50%
Little maintenance and there are no breakdownsback to menu ↑
(1)You may not get the best results if you don’t follow all the instructions correctly.
(2)The program cannot be purchased in local stores.
(3)Parts for scaling up the device so you could get more electricity are quite expensive.
Compared to other sources of solar energy, the Smart Solar Box is quite efficient and extremely affordable. Besides, it really does offer reliable and very clean energy. So, we highly recommend you give it a try.
- Power Savings
- Small and portable
- Easy to assemble
- Little maintenance
- Not in local stores