Project Goal

The ITEC-Hydropower project will provide churches and missionaries in remote locations with a means of charging 12-volt lead acid batteries. The batteries might be used to power a small refrigerator (to preserve medical vaccines, for example) or radio communication equipment in locations where it is not feasible to operate a generator. The 12-volt system adds difficulty, though, in that the battery must periodically be recharged.
The ITEC-Hydropower system is an inexpensive system that utilizes a trolling motor with a gear box mounted on the front. The system will provide 14 volts that will charge a battery with a slow-moving current.

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