Posts tagged ‘ASIC’

Teardown of a Cel-Fi Go X Cell Signal Booster

In the area where I live, the cell phone reception is spotty at the best. Even though I am only a couple of miles from a nearest tower, I barely get any cell signal at all let along usable 4G coverage. Since nowadays everyone is working from home, I thought it would be a good investment for a cell signal booster so that in the event I loose my network connection I can continue working tethered to my phone.

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Teardown and Testing of an 800W PureSine Inverter

The last ingredient for my backup power project is an inverter. Since the battery bank I built is a 12V 1.5kWh one, an inverter that can handle a load between 500W and 1000W would be a suitable choice. In theory, all the lights and the refrigerator in my house consume just around 500W. So the 1.5kWh battery bank should be able to power all the essentials for at least a couple of hours in the event of a power failure. Continue reading ‘Teardown and Testing of an 800W PureSine Inverter’ »