Survive a Power Outage: Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting explains light, where it comes from and how to measure it. Then it covers all the sources of light: candles, firelight, flashlights, lanterns, and solar light from the sun. The book explains how to determine how much light you need, what kind of lighting is best, and how long those batteries will last in an emergency. Charts, tables, and photos provide personal options for you. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781930199422
About Robert C. Brenner

Robert Brenner is an engineer, consultant, college professor, historical genealogist, and professional speaker with extensive experience in research and information publishing. A retired naval officer with distinguished service in both nuclear submarines and microelectronic research and development, he holds a bachelor's degree (BSEE) and two master's degrees (MSEE, MSSM). He was recognized a Very High Speed Integrated Circuit (VHSIC) microelectronics pioneer by the DOD and served four years in R&D at TRW after a 23-year Navy career.

He is the author of 56 books including Going Solar: a Homeowner’s Experience, Power Up! The Smart Guide to Home Solar Power: How to Make a Wise Solar Investment, How to Construct (and Use) the 45W Harbor Freight Solar Kit, and three case studies on actual solar installs—5.0kW Home Power Generator, 6.4kW Home Power Generator, and 7.4Kw Home Power Generator. In addition, he has written over 275 articles including over 50 articles for Survival Life.com and Survivorpedia.

He taught computer technology and engineering subjects at the community college, university, and graduate school levels and has been a guest speaker at over 50 national conferences and symposiums. He is an avid supporter of solar technology and learns by doing. A futurist, he enjoys the challenge of research and is currently sharing his findings through his writing and public presentations. Professor Brenner can be reached at brennerbooks@san.rr.com.

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