portable solar panel
How I can use solar energy to feed my oil filled portable heater for my room?
There seems to be much confusion about how to use solar energy in a day setting. I live in an apartment, my room is always cold. I use my laptop filled radiator oil to heat the room. And since I have exposure to the sun in the window of my room, I use some kind of solar panel to power the heater. Is there a unit that I can put in my window that will absorb or charge a battery so you can plug my heater at night to warm the room so you can sleep?
The above answers are correct – you really can not get nearly enough power inverter solar power units for induction heating or resistance. However, I have a cheaper and environmentally friendly suggestion for you because it suggests that the problem is a cold room while you sleep. Buy a warm heating pad mattress bed. It's a waste to heat the entire house or room at night when all you need is a warm bed. I have a thermostat, back in my house that drops the heat to 50 degrees F at night, but 30 minutes before going to bed turn the mattress. At the time, which in turn in bed is nice and warm. I have a quilt from the bed to keep warm as they usually just turn off the keyboard when I go to bed and stay warm overnight. If it is very cold that night (especially if it's windy), I leave the track, but in turn the control down to "low." Do this to me saved hundreds of dollars to heat the entire house at night. The programmable thermostat turns the heat back to 65 in the morning so when I get out of the house is hot again.