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Hi dudes i have a pertinent doubt : there is difference between recharge in the sun and at the shade ? The generated power by the solar panel varies or there is a fixed limit despite the clarity ? :think:
 

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It charges faster in the sun
I am asking this because i have a Casio solar calculator that works fine when it is in the shade (screen digits are very bright).
 

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According to the charging chart from the GW-6900, charging in direct sunlight is approximately ten times more efficient than charging through a window on a cloudy day:

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If that chart were to include "in the shade" I'm not sure where it would be, but charging in the shade is definitely less efficient than "in direct sunlight."
 

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According to the charging chart from the GW-6900, charging in direct sunlight is approximately ten times more efficient than charging through a window on a cloudy day:

<img src="https://www.watchuseek.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=5412362"/>

If that chart were to include "in the shade" I'm not sure where it would be, but charging in the shade is definitely less efficient than "in direct sunlight."
I knew you would post that chart so I didn't bother. What drives you to go out of your way to be so helpful?
 

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It is possible to know how much volts or mvolts are generated in direct sunlight? Once i measured a garden solar led light and gave readings of + 1 volt.
 

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In this particular case, it's because last year I started saving every Casio chart I posted to a sub-folder, so now I have almost-instant access to quite a few of them! ;-)
Thanks for being such a great source of information to the forum.:-!
 
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